UKPC do not send Parking Charges by email.For more information please visit the fraud squad website

http://www.actionfraud.police.uk/news/fake-parking-ticket-emails-loaded-with-malware-nov16

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We take pride in being one of the leading parking management companies in the UK”.

Rupert J Williams

Managing Director

Disabled Parking Policy.

At UKPC we believe that one of its most important and primary functions, is to rigorously comply with the Government Disability Discriminations Act.

We also comply to the British Parking Associations requirements and legislations. This includes adhering to any published codes of practice and the training and development of all employees to ensure these standards are consistently met.

We are always flexible and will only apply Parking Charges to vehicles which are not appropriately parked upon our client request. This is usually for anyone parking in a marked disabled bay without displaying a valid disabled parking permit.

Finally, our wardens often assist the elderly or disabled members of the public by dropping them off to their cars in the car park.

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Disabled Motoring UK (DMUK)

Disabled Motoring UK is a national membership charity fighting to improve mobility and access for all disabled people including drivers, passengers, Blue Badge holders, scooter and wheelchair users.

The charity campaigns at national and local government level and works closely with other organisations such as Mutability, the British Parking Association and the Department for Transport.

Disabled Motoring UK is the only UK campaigning charity specifically concerned with the personal mobility and transport

needs of disabled people. One of Disabled Motoring UK’s most notable and long-running campaigns is to seek improvements to the Blue Badge parking scheme. UKPC were heavily involved in the government’s recent improvements to the Blue Badge scheme and we are now campaigning for local authorities to ensure badges are only used by those they were issued to.

For more information on the DMUK visit.