Posted: Wed 25th Jun 2014

Mold: MP’s to meet Aldi over repayment of unfair parking fines

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Jun 25th, 2014


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Flintshire MPs Mark Tami and David Hanson are meeting with Property Director for Aldi, George Brown, to discuss the recent parking charge notices sent to customers prior to planning permission being granted by Flintshire County Council. 

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The supermarket has refused to repay fines issued by unauthorised CCTV cameras at its Mold store.

Alyn & Deeside MP, Mark Tami, said:

‘It is only right that Aldi refund the fines that were sent to people prior to planning permission being granted and I will convey just how unhappy my constituents are that these cameras were in operation before planning was approved.’ 

The two MPs have been contacted by a number of constituents unhappy with the fines implemented through Parking Eye by Aldi and are urging constituents who have been affected to contact them. 

Delyn MP, David Hanson, said:

“I look forward to meeting with Aldi – it’s simply wrong to profit from cctv cameras when planning permission wasn’t given at the time. I want an urgent further review by Aldi.”

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