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Enforcement News: Issue 222 1 Sep 2010

Drivers in Reading face pavement parking penalties

Civil enforcement officers (CEOs) in Reading look set to issue fines to motorists who illegally park on verges or pavements, and to residents who illegally install drop kerbs to get easier access to their driveways.

The borough council has agreed to start the process of making the borough a controlled parking zone (CPZ).

The council said the CPZ would cost £15,000 to introduce, with these costs recouped within three months. It also thinks it would cost £50,000 a year to enforce,...

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