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sam39 posted..

On November 4th 2015,in the Supreme Court, Mr Barry Beavis lost his case against Parking Eye. Mr Beavis had been charged £85 for overstaying by 56 minutes in a car park at Riverside Retail Centre near Chelmsford. Parking Eye took him to court, and fought the case to the Supreme Court and won at every step. The Court ruled that Parking Eye were entitled to make the charge, to discourage overstaying and to manage their car park in an efficient way. The charge was ruled proportinate taking account of all the circumstances. There were adequate notices displaying the Ts&Cs, so Mr Beavis had no reason not to know about the overstaying charge.
In the case of Wetherspoons, given the proximity to the railway station and bus routes, the car park managers are entitled to make a charge, provided it is proportionate and the Ts&Cs are clearly displayed.