Bowes and Bounds Connected

A Community Network for Bowes Park and Bounds Green

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Stop the Clamping

This Group has been established to co-ordinate the community campaign in opposition to the wheel clamping by Bounds Green Station

Members: 5
Latest Activity: Oct 1, 2012

About This Group

A discussion on the Bowes and Bounds Forum identified that a number of local residents - not just those who have been victims of the "over zealous" clampers are opposed to the practice.


This is where you can come to get informed and follow the progress of the campaign. 

• You're on the Homepage. Just below the 'members' section on the right is a list of pages which will give you insight into our background and aims.


• FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

• What should you do if you've been clamped

• #bgclamped-scoreboard

Discussion Forum

Initial Discussion

Started by Administrator Mar 22, 2012. 0 Replies

Informal meeting at The Step to talk about the issuesContinue

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Comment by Kevin@The Ground Bean Café on October 1, 2012 at 1:36

From today it will be illegal for firms such as Sango Security to clamp on private land. Here is a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) on the RAC website. It explain the new law and how parking firms may continue to impose charges on motorists.

Comment by Kevin@The Ground Bean Café on June 11, 2012 at 15:09

The Enfield Independent has passed on advice from Hertfordshire County Council which tells motorists with concerns about clamping firms to report them to the Citizen's Advice Bureau (CAB). If you raise concerns about Sango Security's poor signage the complaint will get routed to Haringey Trading Standards for enforcement.

Here's the link to the Consumer Advice Bureau's consumer complaint form.

Comment by Kevin@The Ground Bean Café on May 17, 2012 at 13:04

Car clamping firm puts brakes on its town centre work from the South Yorkshire Times. This story adds to the body of evidence that indicates that if you can be bothered to take a clamping firm to court, you've got an excellent chance of success.

Tak a look at our guide to find out how you can respond to being unfairly clamped.

 
 
 

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