Portsmouth City Council has selected civil enforcement agency Bristow & Sutor to collect unpaid road traffic debts.
The contract will focus on outstanding parking and bus lane fines, but also be an integral element of a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) due to introduced in 2022.
The introduction of the CAZ will result in penalty charge notices (PCNs) being issued to vehicles that are non-compliant. The CAZ proposal is currently undergoing additional sensitivity testing as a result of COVID-19.
Andy Rose, Bristow & Sutor chief executive, said: “The reality of government suspending enforcement action during the coronavirus lockdown has left local authorities requiring fast, efficient and accountable recovery action as soon as possible. “Through ongoing training, a pragmatic approach and continuous technological investment, we have ensured we are ready to help immediately and we look forward to doing so.”
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