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If you have lost your parking ticket and wish to appeal against a subsequent parking penalty notice, resolver recommends that you ask the station staff who manages their car park enforcement and they should give you the details of who to contact, resolver has all the key private parking companies so check who has issued your ticket and search for the company in resolver. If you got a ticket whilst on a public road then you should contact the Council that issued the ticket or Transport for London if a red route ticket.
If you are a car park season ticket holder and have lost your ticket, you should immediately report it to the ticket office where it was issued and, if it is not found, they can issue you with a duplicate (which usually incurs an administration fee). They will also take details of your car for that day to ensure you are not fined or clamped.
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