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Hi,

 

just taken a TV etc to my brothers, he lives in a Residents/Shared Parking Zone.

 

I parked there as i was not going to be long and due to the waight of the TV etc 50"

 

when i came back to the car, i had a PNC ticket on my car

 

By Civil Enforcement Officer (CEO) 7

 

Who had the reason to beleive that the following contravention had to occured and that a penalty chage is now payable.

 

(12 Parked in residents/shared use parking place/zone without clearly displaying a permit

 

Fine £70

 

what are my rights guys.

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Ok, i too thought that i should have been given 5 minutes, but not sure if this applyes to Residents/Shared Parking Zone.

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Irrelevant of the time observed, surely there is an exemption for loading/unloading into a resisidents property? How else would they receive deliveries etc?

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Spoken to the Council, they have said, there is no such allowed times for deliveryes when parking in a Restricted Area "Residents/Shared Parking Zone"

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Maybe the way around this then, is to park on the yellow lines just up the road lol, mad

 

Irrelevant of the time observed, surely there is an exemption for loading/unloading into a resisidents property? How else would they receive deliveries etc?

 

What action can the Council take if i refuse to pay if i make an appeal and they refuse it?

 

would this goto a Magistrates or County Court giving that its Civil?

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Spoken to the Council, they have said, there is no such allowed times for deliveryes when parking in a Restricted Area "Residents/Shared Parking Zone"

 

So the residents can't have shoppping or furniture delivered! I wonder if they have bothered telling the residents!!

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Odd ant it. do you guys think i have a good case for appeal?

 

I have looked at the signs and it says nothing about loading/unloading

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Maybe the way around this then, is to park on the yellow lines just up the road lol, mad

 

 

 

What action can the Council take if i refuse to pay if i make an appeal and they refuse it?

 

would this goto a Magistrates or County Court giving that its Civil?

 

Ultimately, the penalty will increase to £105. A charge certificate will be issued allowing enforcement procedures to be taken and your car could be seized.

 

What you need is a copy of the traffic order and to satisfy yourself that there is not a loading/unloading exemption applicable.

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