The private management of car parks is commercially necessary for landholders. They have a right to manage their private land as they see fit and allow motorists to use this land for parking under certain terms and conditions.
The contracts, and its clauses, are necessary to prevent abuse of private land. This is commercially necessary as the landholder needs to manage their land in order to ensure that their business can run successfully.
The terms and conditions of parking on private land are derived by agreements between the landholder and their contractor or car parking management company, and it is the obligation of the motorist to comply with these when they park in the car park.
We believe these terms and conditions are generally reasonable and fair; however, if the motorist believes them not to be, they always have the option leave and not enjoy the benefits offered from using the car park.