Terms and Conditions
These Terms apply to anyone who enters or uses the car park. They apply instead of any other terms you or anyone on your behalf seeks to apply.
Please read these Terms carefully and follow the recommended procedures which are for your own benefit. Nothing in these Terms affects your legal rights.
In these Terms the following words have the following meanings:
‘the Company‘ or ‘we’ or ‘us’ means Leisure Ireland Parking;
‘the Customer’ or ‘you’ means any person, firm or company who parks in the car park or purchases a ticket, a season ticket or a parking permit from us; and
‘Parking Period’ means the length of time that a season ticket purchased by a Customer is valid for (which will have been agreed between the Company and the Customer).
a) In the absence of any negligence or other breach of these Terms by us, the use of the car park is entirely at your own risk.
b) We will not be responsible for any loss or damage to your vehicle unless it is caused by our negligence or our breach of these Terms.
c) We will not be responsible for any losses that are not foreseeable. Losses are foreseeable if they could be contemplated by both you and us at the time that your vehicle entered the car park.
d) Nothing in these Terms excludes our liability for the death of or personal injury to anyone if it is caused by our negligence, or the negligence of one of our employees.
Before you leave your vehicle please ensure:
a) That your vehicle is securely locked and the windows securely closed;
b) That the handbrake is applied;
c) If your vehicle is fitted with a steering wheel lock or similar device, that it is engaged; and d) That no person or animal is left in your vehicle.
a) Wherever possible please take your possessions with you when you leave your vehicle. b) If you leave possessions in your vehicle please leave them locked in the boot to ensure that they are not visible from the outside. c) It is your responsibility to ensure that you have appropriate car insurance in place before you enter the car park.
a) You must drive carefully in the car park and obey all directional signs and speed limits.
b) Once you have parked your vehicle please make your way to the pedestrian exit, and beware of moving vehicles.
c) Children must not play in the car park and must not be left unaccompanied.
d) You must make sure that your vehicle is parked fully within a parking space. Please do not park your vehicle over more than one parking space.
e) You must comply with all instructions or requests given by any of our employees, or anyone who we have authorised to act for us, for controlling and the positioning of vehicles within the car park.
f) All animals must be kept on a lead when outside a vehicle.
You must only park in a disabled parking space if you have a disabled badge. If you do park in a disabled parking space, you must ensure that your disabled badge is displayed on the windscreen of your vehicle at all times.
a) If you damage another vehicle or any property or structure within the car park, you will be liable and you must tell one of our employees as soon as possible.
b) If you damage another vehicle, you will be asked to give one of our employees the registration number of both vehicles, your full name and address and the name and address of your vehicles‘ insurance company, together with your policy number.
c) If you damage any property or structure within the car park, you may be required to repair the damage (to our reasonable satisfaction), or to pay the reasonable costs that we have to pay to repair the damage.
a) Vehicles cannot be towed or pushed into the car park. The only way that vehicles are allowed to enter into the car park is by being driven in.
b) You are not allowed to carry out or authorise anyone else to carry out any work, maintenance or repairs to your vehicle whilst it is in the car park.
c) You are not allowed to wash or clean or authorise anyone else to wash or clean your vehicle whilst it is in the car park.
d) You are not allowed to sell or hire out your vehicle, or do anything which is connected with the sale or hire of your vehicle, whilst it is in the car park.
e) You are not allowed to park your vehicle anywhere that could cause obstruction to other car park users, whether this be by blocking the entrance/exit or by causing an obstruction inside the car park.
f) You are not allowed to do anything in the car park which may annoy other users of the car park, or which may cause offence or inconvenience to us or any other user of the car park.
g) You are only allowed to park in the parking spaces which we have marked as being for customer use.
h) You are not allowed to park in a parking space that has been reserved for somebody else.
i) You are not allowed to dispose of any items or drop litter in the car park. Please place any rubbish/litter in the bins that are provided.
j) You must not do anything in the car park which would be a breach of the law.
a) If it appears that your vehicle has been abandoned in our car park, we have the right to dispose of your vehicle in whatever way we think appropriate.
b) Before we do so, we will write to you to let you know that we will be disposing of your vehicle in 14 days. We will send our letter to the last known address of the registered keeper of your vehicle.
c) If we do sell your vehicle and the proceeds of sale are greater than the amount you owe us, we will hold the excess amount for the registered keeper of the vehicle, after taking off the costs of selling the vehicle and any removal and storage fees.
If your vehicle is damaged whilst it is in the car park, or if you lose your vehicle or any of your possessions from your vehicle whilst it is in the car park, you should tell one of our employees as soon as possible and provide written notice to Leisure Ireland Parking, 19 Hayes Green Road, Bedworth, CV120BU, or email keith@walktrot.com
Every person who enters into an agreement with us for the parking of a vehicle at this car park whether by purchasing a ticket or otherwise does so on behalf of themselves and all other persons who have legal rights in the vehicle and any of its contents.
These Terms cannot be varied unless we expressly agree to the variation in writing.
These Terms do not create any right enforceable by any person other than you or us.
If you are not satisfied with the way that we handle any matter and you wish to take court proceedings, you must do so within the English courts. The court will apply the laws of England and Wales.
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