Sunday, 14 February 2016

Picture of the week. Filing claims is lucrative business

The claims business appears to be turning out well for Gladstones Solicitors, who file claims and prepare witness statements on behalf of parking companies. Gladstones keep costs down by doing no due diligence and filing whatever their customers give them. This does cause a little embarrassment at times, but overall seems to be a winning strategy for keeping the money rolling in.

Well done Gladstones and we look forward to seeing the shiny new offices.

Happy Parking

The Parking Prankster


  1. A shabby building for a shabby company.


  3. the building is for sale , with sitting tenants

  4. I'm guessing the Skip is used for rejecting the motorist's appeals.

  5. Maybe a good idea to go and see them personaly if not to far away.Taking your "Legal advisors" with you to explain your case,politly insisting for it to be dropped there and then in writing.

  6. See the historic Streetview image from April '09 and it is clear that there is no parking problem in Red Cow Yard,,-2.375414,3a,75y,63.24h,86.16t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sFGX84MQ77DdSJMoKtLg7CA!2e0!5s20151101T000000!7i13312!8i6656!6m1!1e1

    Now move your slider along to the most recent grab, Nov '15, Hearsay Hurley has turned up and brought Carmageddon® with him. Nice job. Cartography aficionados might also spot that Gladstones, ahem, headquarters are almost directly opposite Canute Place. I'm not sure what significance this might have though.