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Enforcement News: Issue 184 1 Jul 2007

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Wood’s appeal

London parking adjudicator says councils shoot themselves in foot

Deniz Huseyin

Local authorities must avoid “shooting themselves in the foot” when dealing with appeals, London’s chief adjudicator Martin Wood has warned. Speaking at Transport for London’s annual enforcement task force conference last month, he said: “Councils have legal obligations they must comply with. They need to get their notices and timetables right.”

He referred to the Moses v Barnet case, which the appellant won because the London borough had failed to include...

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