Parking charge notice payment can be made by debit/credit card.
Once payment of a Parking Charge Notice (PCN) has been made, any request for a refund must be made in writing within 7 days of payment.
When making such an appeal you should enclose:
- The Parking Charge Notice (PCN) reference number.
- Vehicle Registration number.
- Your full postal address.
All assessments relating to a refund of a Parking Charge Notice should be sent to the business address on our contact page.
Please ensure you state the grounds upon which the refund is requested and please include any evidence that you wish to use in support of your representation.
Please call our 24 hour automated payment line
0845 121 0066 to make payment by debit or credit card.
(Calls cost 2p per minute plus your telephone company's access charge)
'When paying by telephone please ensure you have to hand your Parking Charge Notice Number (found at the top of your PCN) and your vehicle registration information.
Please make cheques/postal orders payable to 'Northwest Parking Management Ltd' and quote your Parking Charge Notice reference number and Vehicle Registration Number on the reverse.
Payments received without this information will be cashed but will be unable to be allocated to the correct case.
The Parking Charge Notice will therefore remain unpaid and further recovery action will then be taken which may result in additional costs being incurred. Postal payments should be sent by recorded delivery.
Northwest Parking Management Ltd.
Sort Code: 09-01-29
Account Number: 28219039
You must quote your Parking Charge Notice number as your payment reference. Payments received without this information will be unable to be allocated to the correct case. The Parking Charge will therefore remain unpaid and further recovery action will be taken which may result in additional costs being incurred. If an underpayment is made the outstanding balance will be pursued and additional costs will be incurred.
There is a common misconception that parking charges on private land are unenforceable.
The decision in the case of Parking Eye v Beavis was handed down by the Supreme Court on the 4th November 2015. The judgment confirms parking regimes which impose charges where motorists overstay or breach the terms of their contractual licence to park are enforceable charges.
Northwest Parking Management Ltd fully pursues all outstanding Parking Charge Notices which may include action through the County Court.