Thursday, 12 December 2013

ParkingEye - no longer enforcing maximum value at Queen's Hospital

This newspaper report tells the tale of parking at Queen's Hospital.

ParkingEye were bought in to enforce maximum value, but instead targeted vulnerable people causing countless complaints. The system required motorist to know how long they had stayed for, but provided no information allowing the motorist to calculate that. Countless people therefore either overpaid or underpaid.

The chief executive has now suspended all penalties while a review takes place.

She will find it a little difficult to get rid of ParkingEye; when Somerfield tried it cost them a pretty penny.

Happy Parking

The Parking Prankster


  1. It's worthy of doing a foi request to find out what the contract says

  2. Follow up story here:


    Copy of the contract here