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'Time Plate' signage required to enforce 'Residents Only' PCN??

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Does anyone know what the regulations are regarding enforcing PCN's issued within a 'Residents Only' parking zone?

 

I parked in an area (Totnes) where there were entry and exit signs saying 'Residents Parking Only' (I didn't see them), but the part of the road where I parked didn't have any 'time plates', the small signs which run parallel with the kerb, and no markings on the road itself. In this area other streets have time plates, but not where I got my ticket.

 

Must there be time plates and/or lines to enforce a PCN?

 

Please see my previous post for further details.

 

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dont worry about it, just ignore

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No DONT ignore, first answer below before we advise you

 

who issued the ticket the Council or a private parking company , it is important as to which issued it

 

is it private property ??

 

Councils do issue residents only be carefull


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what previous post ? ? helps if you keep your case in one unique thread.

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post number two in that thread !

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It's a council PCN, so I won't ignore. I believe there is no longer a requirement for time signage parallel with the kerb for double yellow lines, but how about residents parking only areas?

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I believe there is no longer a requirement for time signage parallel with the kerb for double yellow lines,

 

was there ever?

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was there ever?

 

Yes they stopped being required after the TSRGD 2002 came out.

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So does anyone know if 'time plates' and/or white line bays are required to enforce pcn's in a council residents parking zone?

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So does anyone know if 'time plates' and/or white line bays are required to enforce pcn's in a council residents parking zone?

 

Yes I know!

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Sorry this is off post.

 

Nice answer g & m


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Sorry this is off post.

 

Nice answer g & m

 

Before anyone without a sense of humour moans I did actually answer the OPs question on his original thread!

 

If the Council has authorisation signs can be placed stating 'resident parking only beyond this point' and no bays or road markings are needed.

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