25 The initial charge is payable on the leaving of a vehicle in a parking place referred to in schedule 5 and is the appropriate payment specified in corresponding tariff of appendix C to purchase a ticket from a pay and display ticket machine or a payment made by means of a mobile phone or device to cover the anticipated length of stay subject to the maximum stay permitted at that parking place
I'm sorry majorp, but the section quoted is from the Devon County Council TRO.
Hi majorp. What the TRO is telling everyone is that when you leave the vehicle that you or your driver has parked in a Pay & Display car park, one of you has to buy a ticket from the machine. Either using cash, card or telephone. Therefore a ticket bought by someone who has parked a different vehicle in said car park can't buy a ticket for (or transfer it to) another vehicle. It's black and ...
You see, that's where you're going wrong majorp. You're being too literal. It clearly says that the charge for parking is payable when you leave your vehicle and you purchase a ticket from a machine. Sorry to disagree, but it's black and white.
Sorry to butt in, but it's the government that's killing the NHS. It's as simple as that. And it won't get any better when Theresa May and/or her cronies, privatises the NHS and paves the way for her friends at American private healthcare firm Kaiser Permanente to take over.
Well said Leatash.
Thanks for the link majorp. A read of Section 25 of Part A. shows that Leatash is correct in asserting that tickets can only be used by those that bought them. This has been an informative thread, thank you all.
Thanks for the info majorp. Could you please post a link to the info for us to all have a read. Thanks.
Majorp - where was this confirmed please. Would be interested to read more.
When compared with a play park, a single purpose bandstand is most definitely for the few not the many. How often would it be used by local bands? And how many people will sit in deckchairs watching them? Where's the substance to your assertion please?