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Parking Review
Debates
Mike Bracey
I attended and participated in the 4th Annual Enforcement Task Force Conference on 26 June and was quite surprised to witness so much “back... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Your article “Yellow box error proves costly for Waltham Cross” (PR June) highlights an interesting scenario regarding the fine line... continue
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Enforcement News
A driver has lost his battle at magistrates court to use the 1689 Bill of Rights to overturn a parking fine. William Crawford had argued that under... continue
Categories: appeals, enforcement, Wales
Parking Review
Enforcement News
A county court judge has ruled in favour of a motorist who contested three parking charges issued after she left her car at a retail park for more... continue
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Enforcement News
Two car park operators running unauthorised sites serving Bristol International Airport have seen their appeals turned down by the planning... continue
Parking Review
Mike Macey on...
The Times marked the introduction of civil parking enforcement on 31 March by running a front page interview with Caroline Sheppard, chief... continue
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Enforcement
More than 80 councils outside London continued to issue incorrect penalty charge notices (PCNs) after ignoring advice from the parking adjudicator.... continue
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Yellow Lines
A belly dancer escaped a parking penalty because she had to warm up her snakes before their act. When appealing against a penalty charge, the dancer... continue
Categories: appeals, people, All of UK
Parking Review
Debates
Mark Moran
In January the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee claimed in a well-publicised report that nearly 40% of motorcyclists were evading the... continue
Categories: appeals, DfT, All of UK
Parking Review
Mike Macey on...
Mike Macey
Local authorities implementing civil parking enforcement (CPE) under the Traffic Management Act (TMA) 2004 will be anxious to benchmark their... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Mike Bracey
A “sinister” implication of the 20-minute loading rule as applied in London has now surfaced. Whilst attending the recent Central London... continue
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
Three drivers faced bailiff action after paying fines Transport for London committed “maladministration leading to injustice” in three... continue
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Enforcement News
Mark Moran
Motorists’ campaigner Neil Herron has re-submitted a request to the High Court to renew his request for a Judicial Review of the independence... continue
Parking Review
Debates
Mark Moran
The Consumers Association is advising its members that it is always worth appealing against penalty charge notices issued by local authorities. The... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
The Conservative Party has accused the government of contributing to a four-fold increase in parking penalties by cutting back on funding. This has... continue
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Operational
Mark Moran
London’s 33 boroughs are introducing differing changes to kerbside loading limits  and failing to inform operators, said the Freight... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement
Deniz Huseyin
Parking authorities should not always expect motorists who challenge a fine due to mitigating circumstances to provide evidence, according to chief... continue
Parking Review
Processing
The City of London’s new online challenge and representations system has now gone live. The system was designed and installed by enforcement IT... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
The proportion of appeals won by motorists in London reached a new high of 67% in the financial year 2006/07 up from 54% the previous year. The... continue
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Enforcement News
Aberdeen City Council may have to write off millions of pounds worth of unpaid penalty charge notices (PCNs), after losing a parking appeal. The... continue
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