I got a charge notification a couple of weeks ago even though i had bought a ticket which was on the dashboard. Have sent off my appeal but had no response as yet.
You can get a part day ticket which was 4 hours i think for £3.50 or full day for £5
While writing my appeal letter (which has to be in writing) i found the ParkingEyes website made interesting reading their main selling points appear to be
“10% reduction in average stay” and “40% increase in space availability”
Does that mean less people will go and those that do will stay less time? Surely FCS are wanting more people to go and stay longer and use more of the facilities?
EDIT: Personally i think they should have stuck an automated barrier on the way in/out that way folk have to pay if they want to park on site. I thought £3 a day was perfectly reasonable, £5 feels a bit steep but then maybe that is because it is such a big rise. Not even the utility compaines have stuck prices up 66%