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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

We are taking the necessary immediate and longer-term steps to support and protect residents, staff and partners. Our focus is on keeping critical services running, particularly those supporting vulnerable people.

Find out more about the support and guidance available, and any changes to our services.

Advice and support on Coronavirus (Covid-19) 

Challenge a parking fine

You can challenge a parking fine (Penalty Charge Notice) if you believe you shouldn't have to pay it. You must write to us or use our online forms to explain why you are making a challenge.

Make a challenge against a parking fine

Coronavirus update!

Due to the change in working arrangements there may be some delay in processing challenges/representations received. Where an email address is provided responses will be sent by email.

Our provision of services will be reviewed on a regular basis and may change with immediate effect, dependent on resource availability and national guidance.
 

If you receive a parking fine also known as a Penalty Charge Notice or PCN - and feel you may have grounds to challenge it, you can.

For legal reasons all challenges to PCNs must be made in writing or using our online forms. Please quote your PCN number in all correspondence. 

 

PCN numbers start with two letters - not a letter and a number. i.e. VI is not V1 and VO is not V0

There are three stages to the challenge process:

Find out more about parking enforcement.

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