If you receive a parking ticket on private land and the parking company is not affiliated to a trade association - such as the British Parking Association (BPA) or the Independent Parking Committee - it won't be able to obtain your details from the DVLA.
This means that the private company will not be able to pursue you to pay the parking ticket.
[Parking company address]
Reference: [Parking Charge Notice number | Date of issue |Vehicle registration]
Dear Sir/ Madam,
I am writing to formally challenge the above Parking Charge Notice.
On [date] my vehicle was issued with a Parking Charge Notice at the [name & address of car park] for the reason [offence and code and official reason for issue as stated on the Parking Charge Notice.]
In accordance with the Road Traffic Act 1991, my challenge is on the basis that the contravention did not occur. [State the reasons why.]
Please find enclosed evidence to this effect, in the form of [if evidence is available, state the details and why it backs up your case.]
For this reason, I look forward to receiving notification within 28 days that the Parking Charge Notice has been cancelled.
[Your name and signature]