Clamping Appeals process

An Appeals process will operate in conjunction with APCOA Parking Ireland Ltd to enable vehicle owners to appeal against a clamping decision should they wish to do so.

Method of Appeal

Appeals may only be accepted in writing on the Clamping Appeals form to ensure the correctness of detail and facts relating to any particular appeal scenario. This also provides the most accurate means of tracking the communications throughout the life span of the appeal. 

Appeals must be received within 60 days of infringement. Late appeals will not be considered.
  Clamping Appeal Form
Hard copies will also be available from the Traffic Management Office, contact parking@mu.ie

Completed appeals forms should be sent toTraffic Management Office, Clamping Appeals Committee, Room B3, Auxilia Building, North Campus.

An Appeals Committee representing Staff, Students, Security and Health and Safety has been formed to review clamping appeals on a monthly basis.

The Clamping Appeals Committee consists of

  • Ivan Griffin - General Services Manager
  • Lar Byrne - Traffic Office 
  • Liam Cosgrove - Students Union President
  • John Kelly - Technician
  • Dr Créidhe O'Sullivan - Academic
  • Joan O’Riordan-Bruton - Administration - Fees & Grants

The committee will have the authority to overturn a clamping decision and refund the clamping fee if it so decides. If APCOA Parking Ireland are deemed to have been negligent in applying the clamp to the appellant's vehicle then APOCA will unequivocally refund the clamp fee to the individual.

Provision of supporting documentation and photos

On a monthly basis the Clamping Appeals committee will obtain the supporting documentation and photographic evidence from APCOA Parking Ireland for each clamping event being appealed to enable the committee make a decision on the outcome.

The decision of the Clamping Appeals Committee is final.