Monday, 29 October 2012

British Parking Association launches probe into PRI firm

An investigation has been launched into the company which monitors parking at Perth Royal Infirmary following criticisms about poor signage.

The British Parking Association (BPA) confirmed it was looking into complaints about worn signs and broken parking meters at the site, which is operated by Town and City Parking.
Visitors and staff at the hospital have been slapped with £60 parking charge notices, despite being unable to read boards displaying the rules at the free-to-use site.
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