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I was given a PCN by camden council for being


'Parked in a restricted street during prescribed hours'


Basically i'm not allowed to park outside by house between 8am and 6.30pm.


Time of alledged contravention: 08:07

From: 8:04 To: 08:07


I am an IT engineer and nearly everyday I load and unload computers (at least 5) into the boot of my car.


On this particular occassion i had started loading at about 8 and made 6 trips up to my house on the third floor. On coming back from one of the trips i saw a warden putting sa ticket on the car. Now he must have seen me unloading the car when i went into my house and slapped the ticket on the car. He didn't say anything when i said i was loading and just walked off.


Now i want to appeal under the loading / unloading exemption but i reckon they will just come with the standard "you left your vehicle unattended". I have looked through various case studies including the 'Jane Packer vs Westminister' case, but can't find anything to really back up my claim.


What does everyone reckon?



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Jane Packer contains references to the definition of loading covering more than the immediate physical act of loading goods into a vehicle - ie paperwork, travelling in & out of buildings etc etc


If you can provide evidence to support your claim ie invoices relating to pc servicing etc


& check the online images to see if any photos support your arguments

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