16:36 PM, 10th May 2021, About a month ago 11
I am a leaseholder of an apartment with a defined car park space in the basement. The RTM has re-introduced a local car park management company to ‘police’ the car park area.
I always park in my allocated space. There is no public access to the car park as the entrance is by key fob.
Recently the RTM is insisting that car park permits are displayed and the car park management company is rigorous in upholding this rule.
The RTM have been told by me that I park in MY space (it is part of the leasehold agreement and is identified by car park space number).
Why should I have to display a permit?
Has the car park management company any grounds for penalising me for not displaying the permit?
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