Here's one for the legal team.. So, If an employee can be taxed when parking on private ground that is owned by their employer, does that also mean that free parking at supermarkets and out-of-town retail parks also fall into the same taxation umbrella? Being a town centre trader and as our trade is so highly affected by town councils charging parking fee's to town centre shoppers, and given that those that use supermarkets and retail parks get to park for free, surely this whole idea of taxing workers for parking free-of-charge on private lands also encompasses retail parks and supermarket car parks. I would assume that taxing two groups of people, I.e. town centre shoppers and workers who park for free, whilst then allowing another group, supermarket and retail park shoppers, to park free of charge could be called discrimination!!