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Rent pressure zones READ MORE HERE: https://beta.gov.scot/policies/private-renting/rent-pressure-zones/ Please note this only affects 'Private Residential Tenancies' in Scotland Only Rent Pressure Zone Checker: https://www.mygov.scot/rent-pressure-zone-checker/
Hello, I don't have any questions, but I used this forum a lot to read similar cases to mine and as mine has been resolved today I thought I'd share my story as a source for anyone who has the same problems. I have had a gambling problem for a few years, which often leaves me short of money each month. Unfortunately, this led to me making the terrible decision to buy a zone 1-2 travelcard when I live in zone 6 as the station I go to doesn't have barriers. I often work late so I rarely get the train home (usually a cab paid for by the company I work for) and so I justified it to myse
Hi, I recently got a parking ticket for driving into pedestrian zone outside the permitted hours in Northern Ireland. I was using the post office to post and collect items. As a blue badge holder I thought I could enter the zone, much like a delivery van or permit holders. I asked the department to look at it but they rejected my first appeal. Does anyone has any experience of this or the Point of law I could appeal on. Many thanks
Can anyone tell me if a pedestrian zone must have the correct start and finish signs at each end of the zone? I have recently received a pcn for driving in a pedestrian zone, I must confess I was hopelessly lost in Harrow town centre and started down the pedestrian zone, and once I had started there was an immediate no U tuen sign, so I could not correct my mistake, however, when I returned to the area to look at the signs in more detail, I noticed that the pedestrian zone start sign was only at one end of the street, whereas the finish sign was at both ends. Anyone