Auckland City Harbour News - - OPINION -

in­con­ve­nient. We do re­spect that shop­pers may take the op­por­tu­nity to park in the West­field St Lukes car park and cross shop at the other shop­ping fa­cil­i­ties which could in­clude the Mega Cen­tre. Pro­vided the shop­per is a bona-fide shop­per of the West­field St Lukes cen­tre and does not ex­ceed the al­lo­cated free time pe­riod, no breach no­tice will be is­sued.

We do ap­pre­ci­ate that peo­ple can spend a day shop­ping that ex­tends be­yond the four hours or can over­look the time they have spent at the cen­tre.

Any­one who has been shop­ping at the cen­tre and sim­ply over­looked the amount of time they have stayed at the cen­tre and re­ceived a breach no­tice should ap­proach our cus­tomer ser­vices desk or make con­tact di­rectly to Park­ing En­force­ment Ser­vices. We are happy to ar­range to have their breach no­tice ap­pealed and then waived with ver­i­fi­ca­tion of their shop­ping visit.

Shop­pers should also be aware of the free al­lo­cated time pe­ri­ods which are 90 min­utes or up to four hours for the in­tended use of shop­pers. Car park mon­i­tor­ing is im­ple­mented to dis­cour­age the mis­use of the car park by those who are not ac­tu­ally vis­it­ing the cen­tre. This is com­mon prac­tice for shop­ping fa­cil­i­ties and cen­tres in New Zealand.

Any form of mon­i­tor­ing car park­ing at West­field St Lukes is not in­tended to pe­nalise a bonafide shop­per.

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