Latest news:
Mike Macey on...: Issue 212 6 Nov 2009

If two-tier penalties are about making money why is PCN revenue falling?

One must be wary when drawing general conclusions about differential penalties when reading London PCN statistics, Mike Macey responds to Mike Bracey

A system of differential penalties has been operating across London since July 2007 and many areas outside the capital since March last year. This approach allows higher penalties to be imposed for serious offences such as parking at bus stops, school safety zones and pedestrian crossings, while lower fines for less serious contraventions such as overstaying at a pay & display machine.

It is worth noting that of the 4.6m penalty charge notices (PCNs) issued in London in 2008-09, some 3.5m...

Add a comment

Join Parking Review subscribers and read this article in full...

Parking Review

1 Year

2 Year

Save 10%

3 Year

Save 15%

 

£80

 

£144

 

£204

+£4 VAT

+£7.20 VAT

+£10.20 VAT


Since 1989 Parking Review has been the definitive source of news and
intelligence on the UK and international public and private parking sectors.
All annual subscriptions include a 1 user licence for TransportXtra
Parking Review

 

TransportXtra only

An online-only subscription to TransportXtra  works out at less than £5 per month for all the latest issues and transport intelligence.
Subscribe or view multi-user packages.

 £90 + VAT

  Not ready to subscribe? Take a 2 week free trial