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  1. >I think the PCN is probably correct technically That's interesting- so is there a general assumption that cul-de-sac ends are covered, or is it a minimum distance thing, ie 3 meters from the double yellow line? >Only the person on the Notice to Owner can make a representation now. They won't consider one from a third party again. What's the situation? Does the owner know about the PCN? The owner, a family member, is aware. Guess it's a matter of convincing them to let it play out rather than take the easy way out.
  2. Hiya all, Personally I think that the fine I've received is absolutely unjustifiable on the grounds that it was completely unclear, even clear in the opposite way, that this spot was restricted- and every colleague/friend/family member I've consulted has agreed. However I'd like to sense check that before I waste any more time dealing with the glacial process of formally appealing it now that the informal one has failed. I was parked at the end of a cul de sac, which had no signage about parking. There were double yellow lines alone the sides of the street, but
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