Thursday February 27, 2020

Clamping company denies it operated quota

The company which operated the vehicle clamping system on behalf of Dublin City Council for six years has denied a High Court claim that staff were given a quota of motorists to clamp. Central Park

18th December, 2011
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Quota allegation made during an unsuccessful injury claim by a former employee. Photo: Photocall

The company which operated the vehicle clamping system on behalf of Dublin City Council for six years has denied a High Court claim that staff were given a quota of motorists to clamp.

Central Parking System Ireland Ltd, trading as Control Plus, held the parking enforcement contract for Dublin City Council between 1998 and 2004. The company has now been taken over by Apcoa Parking Ireland of Lucan, Co Dublin, which provides clamping services for...

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