Euro Car Parks has adopted the Code Of Practice prescribed by the British Parking Association. Once a vehicle is clamped the Enforcement Officer is not empowered to remove the clamp until full payment is made as to protect and ensure their integrity.
Clamping generally takes place where there is no ambiguity but there are instances where it may not be clear cut.
In such an instant, Euro Car Parks will consider written appeals and these should include all relevant details and photos if applicable. Appeals should be addressed to Clamping Appeals Officer, Euro Car Parks, ECP House, Swords Business Park, Swords, Co. Dublin. You will receive a response with decision within 14 days.
If you are not satisfied with the outcome of an appeal, you may refer your appeal to our Independent Appeals Officer who is a third party with no commercial relationship with Euro Car Parks. Details of this service are below :
Independent Appeals Service:
All appeals must be submitted to
Independent Parking Appeals Service
P.O. Box 11649
Blackrock, Co. Dublin
and enclose the IPAS form duly completed (download here) and signed, copies of all relevant evidence and a clear statement of the grounds of the appeal. You must include a cheque or a postal order for €20 made payable to: Independent Parking Appeals Service
Appeals submitted without payment will not be considered.
A written recommendation on each appeal will normally issue to both the appellant and the parking enforcement contractor within 6 weeks of receipt of an appeal.
Only appeals that have already been considered and adjudicated on by the parking enforcement contractor will be considered by IPAS.
In the event an appellant is dissatisfied with the IPAS decision and wishes to submit additional information then this will only be considered if accompanied by an additional €20 fee.