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News Lead Story: Issue 236 1 Oct 2011

DfT lukewarm on PCN and moving traffic revisions

DfT's Hayes says councils need to make strong case to get PCN rate increase

Mark Moran

The prospect of an increase in the value of penalty charge notice (PCN) or councils outside London being allowed to enforce moving traffic offences seem to be slender, based on comments by a senior civil servant. Patricia Hayes, director of road and vehicle safety and standards at the Department for Transport (DfT), addressed the issue of PCN levels at the British Parking Association (BPA) annual conference.

The government is not likely to approve measures which are seen to use parking as a...

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