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Have received 2 x PCN notices for parking next to a dropped kerb.

 

Had no idea that this was not allowed.

 

I have attached the photos from the first PCN notice so you can see what the score is.

 

The car is parked next to a dropped kerb. You will see from the photos that we took care not to obstruct the persons driveway.

 

When collecting the PCN a member of the public on the street advised that the family which own the house have a disabled daughter and that is why the kerb is there. As you can see the drive is not obstructed.

 

What can I do to appeal against this? £55 x 2 seems very harsh and I am surprised there are no signs warning people not to park there.

 

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Why 2 PCN's? Were they on the same or consecutive days?

 

You will see from the photos that we took care not to obstruct the persons driveway.
Except that's not the contravention alleged, it's adjacent to a dropped footway , which you admit.

 

I am surprised there are no signs warning people not to park there.
Dropped kerbs either pedestrian or driveway crossovers do not require signage, although there is an advisory white line in this case

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Issued on consecutive days.

 

The kerb was dropped to allow easy access to the householders driveway.

 

Both of the driveways were easily accessible. I know this isn't what the contravention is but that is the intention of the dropped kerb.

 

They are not obstructed.

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