Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Picture of the Week - opportunity for entrepreneur

Parking spaces are at a premium at Chorley Towers, headquarters of notorious firm ParkingEye as well as other companies. Cars are all over the place, on the pavements, in disabled bays without blue badges and double parked. The landowners have missed a trick by failing to employ ParkingEye to clean up the mess.

No doubt a budding entrepreneur can cash in on the situation. They could probably make a few grand a week just from issuing tickets to cars parked in disabled bays. The Prankster is of the opinion that blue badges are not valid on private land and that the Equalities Act 2010 also applies to people without blue badges. However, POPLA does not seem to agree with him so a few well-placed signs stating only blue badge drivers can park in disabled bays should start the ball rolling.

Interested opportunists should contact to place their bids.

Happy Parking

The Parking Prankster


  1. Ha! You couldn't make it up! Hope they were not Parking Eye employees! What arrogance by parking in a disabled bay and thinking they can get away with it. Are you sure it was private land Prankster?

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