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Excel defends position on enforcing private parking

99.6% of drivers pay to park at Stockport shopping centre

Excel Parking Services provided the following responses to the BBC programme Watchdog regarding accusations by motorist Martin Cutts that its entry signage at the Peel Centre in Stockport is unclear.

BBC Watchdog: Why has Excel decided not to change the signs in the Peel Centre Car Park, despite the ruling in the Cutts case?

Excel Parking Services: This court case is one isolated incident that fell in Mr Cutts’ favour. We strongly believe that the Deputy District Judge's decision was a...

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