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Enforcement News: Issue 206 5 May 2009

Parking fines in Westminster fall by 130,000

Patrick McDonnell

There has been a fall of 130,000 in penalty charge notices (PCNs) issued in Westminster over the past year, according to new council figures. This represents a 15% reduction in PCNs issued, down from 816,684 to 686,310 and equivalent to £9.1m, which after costs have been taken out would be worth just over £2.2m in lost revenue.

The drop in PCNs comes a year after the council pledged to introduce several parking measures to make life easier for the motorists who drive into...

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