Parking Penalty Notices
Parking Penalty Notices issued at Southeastern or London Midlands station Car Parks
Information about Parking Charge Notices issued by Indigo staff on behalf of the Train Company at the station Car Parks may be found at:
However, if you have received a letter from the PPN Debt Recovery and Prosecution Service it is now too late to appeal or use those online services to pay. Your case has now been passed to Debt Recovery and Prosecution Services for enforcement action as the matter remained unpaid after 28 days. Payments can only be made on 0871 559 2997 or by sending a cheque or postal order to DPS, PO Box 89, Portsmouth, PO1 1EG.
Parking Penalty Notices issued at Virgin East Coast station Car Parks
Information about Parking Penalty Notices issued at East Coast stations by East Coast staff may be found at:
However, if you have received a Notice To Owner from the Debt Recovery and Prosecution Service it is now too late to appeal or pay the Parking Penalty Notice reduced amount. Your case has remained unpaid after 28 days and is therefore liable for enforcement action.
Parking Penalty Notices issued at West Midlands Trains station Car Parks
We do not deal with Parking Penalty Notices issued on behalf of West Midlands Trains. Therefore, please contact the relevant party that have communicated with you (either on your Parking Penalty Notice, or any debt recovery letter you have received).
Details of the registered keeper of the vehicle that has been reported for a breach of Railway Byelaw 14 have been obtained from the DVLA by Debt Recovery and Prosecution Services on behalf of the Train Company who have Reasonable Cause to obtain and use this information in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1988, in order to trace the vehicle driver/owner/keeper/hirer.
If you think that your details have been obtained fraudulently or misused, you should write to the Release of Information, Fee Paying Enquiries Section, DVLA, Swansea SA99 1AJ. You should include details of how the information has been misused and your vehicle registration mark. DVLA will investigate all allegations where information has been requested unlawfully and where appropriate, refer to the Information Commissioner for prosecution.
If you are not satisfied with the way DVLA has handled your complaint, you should contact the Information Commissioner at Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, SK9 5AF.
The Road Traffic Act 1988 is not applicable in Railway Station car parks. Station car parks are deemed as private land but are also railway property. All enforcement activity is carried out under the private conditions of parking as displayed in the notices at the car park and under the Railway Byelaws (14), Section 219 of the Transport Act.
The owner of any motor vehicle, bicycle or other conveyance used, left or placed in breach of Byelaw 14(1) to 14(3) may be liable to pay a penalty as displayed in that area.
The Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 Schedule 4 does not apply in Railway Station Car Parks.
IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO USE THE PAYMENT OR APPEAL LINKS ON THIS WEB SITE FOR PARKING NOTICES
Revenue Protection Support Services
RPSS is a trading name of Southeastern