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‘Signage does not have to be on every street in a CPZ’

Actor’s appeal over dearth of on-street signs rejected by adjudicator

Deniz Huseyin

A parking adjudicator hearing an appeal by the actor Roger Lloyd Pack has backed Camden council’s policy of not installing signage on every street inside a controlled parking zone (CPZ).

The actor, a star of TV comedies Only Fools and Horses and The Vicar of Dibley, took his case to the Parking and Traffic Appeals Service (PATAS)?last month. He was issued with a penalty charge notice (PCN) after parking on a single yellow line on Chalk Farm Road on a Sunday evening. Lloyd Pack pointed out...

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