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Southwark parking patrols to enforce anti-idling rules

Patrick McDonnell
06 February 2018
Cllr Maisie Anderson, enforcement officer Joe Rawlinson and children from Oliver Goldsmith School with headteacher Anita Asumadu and Cllr Ian Wingfield
Cllr Maisie Anderson, enforcement officer Joe Rawlinson and children from Oliver Goldsmith School with headteacher Anita Asumadu and Cllr Ian Wingfield

 

Drivers are now being asked to turn off their engines when parked in the London Borough of Southwark. Civil enforcement officers (CEOs) are engaging with drivers of cars, buses, taxis and HGVs whose engines are idling. Failure to comply will incur an £80 penalty charge notice (PCN).

Southwark cabinet member for public health and regeneration, Maisie Anderson, said: “Needlessly keeping your engine running pollutes roads, schools and children’s lungs. Asking people to turn off...

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