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PCN received whilst on yellow line with loading restirictions at relevant time within a CPZ, Pictures below.

 

I will go and get photos of markings and signs but 2 questions.

1) any technical failings with PCN

2) if the CPZ has errors does that invalidate the PCN because it mentions a restricted street even though the contravention is a separate one for no loading.

 

Front http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll38/bribribourbonbourbon/haringeyfront.jpg

 

Back http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll38/bribribourbonbourbon/haringeyback.jpg

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PCN received whilst on yellow line with loading restirictions at relevant time within a CPZ, Pictures below.

 

I will go and get photos of markings and signs but 2 questions.

1) any technical failings with PCN

2) if the CPZ has errors does that invalidate the PCN because it mentions a restricted street even though the contravention is a separate one for no loading.

 

Front http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll38/bribribourbonbourbon/haringeyfront.jpg

 

Back http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll38/bribribourbonbourbon/haringeyback.jpg

 

PCN looks ok .....2nd question makes no sense?

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I assumed that where the PCN references a restricted street, that was because it was in a CPZ. Thus I wondered if the PCN was invalid if there was an error in the CPZ itself. However does the wording restricted street refer purely to the fact that there are loading restrictions relating to that street. Clearer? I'm not sure.

 

Does the alighting exemption apply in these circumstances?

 

A look at Street view (10 Southwood Lane, Highgate) shows the single yellow abutting a zebra crossing zig zag. No end bar - is that correct?

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I assumed that where the PCN references a restricted street, that was because it was in a CPZ. Thus I wondered if the PCN was invalid if there was an error in the CPZ itself. However does the wording restricted street refer purely to the fact that there are loading restrictions relating to that street. Clearer? I'm not sure.

 

Does the alighting exemption apply in these circumstances?

 

A look at Street view (10 Southwood Lane, Highgate) shows the single yellow abutting a zebra crossing zig zag. No end bar - is that correct?

 

It says a restricted street where loading restrictions are in force ie a yellow line with no loading. The yellow line has its own timeplate so the CPZ has nothing to do with it. A zig zag usually sits on top of a yellow line so the restriction doesnt usually have a T bar lack of a t bar next to a zig zag is unlikely to win any way as its perfectly clear where both end.

Alighting exemption would apply if that was the case although usually the driver would be with the car.

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I have had a look at the line. There is a time plate at the zebra crossing. The line runs for about 220 metres. Some gaps - what defines significant? The pavement blips are so faded that in places in the dark I couldn't see them. Slightly better nearer the sign which is where the car was. The other end of the line abuts a dyl. For the whole of that length there is no other timeplate, just the one at the start. So aside the PCN itself, any views of the line and plate validity? Thank you

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Not sure if there's a reg on how far apart signs can be - if there is, and it's less than the distance from the one sign to the other end of the line, there may be a case (I'm sure someone here will know).

 

So far as the breaks in the line and the condition of the kerb chevrons go, this is a matter of judgement. Ultimately an adjudicator could make a judgement, but it's impossible to give an absolute answer. To me, if someone says the line is worn, they are in no doubt there is a line, and if I were adjudicating I would put this back to them. If it can be clearly seen and you know what it is, then it's probably good enough.

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Just to be clear, I am asking whether there has to be a minimum of two signs to make a loading restriction valid. The line I am referring to is 200 plus metres long and a sign at one end and nothing else.

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After waiting 2 months for a reply to the informal challenge. Haringey have cancelled the PCN but of curse do not comment on which grounds wot won it. But hey - a win is a win.

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Nice one! You may have won because it timed out, and they may not have considered the particulars of your appeal at all. But it doesn't really matter - the important thing is you get to keep your hard-earned!

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Just to be clear, I am asking whether there has to be a minimum of two signs to make a loading restriction valid. The line I am referring to is 200 plus metres long and a sign at one end and nothing else.

 

There is no regulation but there is a DfT recommendation that signs should be placed approx every 30 metres (other than "No Waiting" which is 60m).

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