One More Dance Around The Handbags
29 May 2006
The adjudicator has spoken.
"I have directed the Head of the Appeals Service to file these items (My letters) and take no further action upon them. They are intemperate, not appropriate to judicial tribunal proceedings and in any event, do not appear to be an application.”
That is all the adjudicator had to say.
Fourteen letters have exchanged hands between me and the Westminster Council and the Parking and Traffic Appeals Service. and every letter from me included a demand to see the evidence that they say is at their disposal, but are unwilling to share with me.
Some might say that is an affront to justice, but maybe it is just a bad case of “handbags”
I have spoken once more. I wrote again:-
“This parking ticket was issued in a street where parking restriction notices were posted, but did not prohibit parking at the time of issue of the parking ticket. The adjudicators have in his or her judgement referred to evidence “provided by Westminster Council” concerning signs that allegedly prohibit parking in that street, explicitly. I have not seen that evidence to which the adjudicator has referred and I wish to APPLY to see that evidence.”
I have also demanded to see that evidence citing the Freedom Of Information Act. Watch This Space.