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Enforcement News: Issue 219 7 Jun 2010

Herron loses High Court Sunderland challenge

patrick Mcdonnell

Parking campaigner Neil Herron has lost a legal test case in which he argued that controlled parking zones (CPZs) were “too large”.

Herron, a Sunderland resident and former market trader, began his parking campaign in 2005 after he challenged Sunderland Council’s parking rules on collecting penalty charge notices (PCNs).

He argued that the zone in the city centre was so large that it confused drivers with its signs and was unlawful. He wanted a ruling that 39 PCNs issued...

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