Councils back rise in cost of PCNs, says BPA

Mark Moran
18 September 2021
BPA chief executive Andrew Pester
BPA chief executive Andrew Pester
 

A majority of UK local authorities agree on the need to review and raise parking penalty charges to make them a more effective deterrent, suggests research by the British Parking Association (BPA).

Councils also want greater consistency between the level of parking penalty charges in London and those outside the capital, including other major cities and urban areas.

A BPA survey found that 91% of local authorities agree that the current penalty charge level outside of London is not high enough...

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