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Enforcement News: Issue 238 23 Dec 2011

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Plans to raise PCN levels during Olympics

Proposals to increase the top-level penalty charge notice (PCN) from £130 to £200 during the Olympics is being considered by London authorities. A London Councils’ consultation is seeking views on the higher PCN and whether it should apply  around Games venues, a larger catchment area or throughout the capital.

Feedback is also being requested on plans to increase bus lane and moving traffic penalties and vehicle removal, pound and storage charges. The consultation runs...

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