Publications: April 2015


Parkingeye Limited v Barry Beavis

The Message: Parking fines are valid if commercially justifiable and fair. The Case: A motorist has unsuccessfully challenged a charge of £85 for parking beyond the permitted period (Parkingeye Limited v Barry Beavis (23 April 2015)). Parkingeye manage the car park at the Riverside Retail Park in Chelmsford. Shoppers are allowed to park free for […]

23rd Apr 2015 Recent Property Cases Read more

Reforming the Electronic Communications Code – PLA response

The definition of land and ownership of property Q.1: What is your understanding of the meaning of “land” in the existing Code? The land, buildings and fixtures in the ownership of the landowner or occupier over the part or whole of which the operator is being conferred rights. Q.2: Assuming there was no definition of […]

1st Apr 2015 Consultations Read more