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Scots drop higher parking penalty plan

The Scottish Government has dropped plans for councils with decriminalised parking enforcement powers to increase the cost of penalty charge notices from £60 to £80 or £100.

Reflecting on responses to a consultation on the topic, Transport Scotland said: “The majority of respondents provided little or no evidence to demonstrate that there is an issue with compliance and that it needs to improve.” Seven of Scotland’s 32 councils have decriminalised parking...

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