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I was dropping my son at nursery and the single yellow became restricted at 0930, the ticket says 0936 on it and there is no from time. Do I have a leg to stand on? Dropping my son off feels a bit like unloading goods!

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I was dropping my son at nursery and the single yellow became restricted at 0930, the ticket says 0936 on it and there is no from time. Do I have a leg to stand on? Dropping my son off feels a bit like unloading goods!

 

As this seems not to be a private parking matter, then you are in the wrong section of this forum.

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I wouldn't say dropping your son off is anything like unloading goods myslef.

 

There are usually exemptions to parking on a SYL such as unloading so yes, you would normally expect there to be an observed from and to time but as you are not claiming you were doing any of these activities I am not sure if the simple fact it is missing the "from/to" time is enough to invalidate it.

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theres no harm in an appeal.

its all down to the circumstances that will swing it in your favour. childs age. any traffic conditions at the time. why you felt you had no choice but to park there. a good letter might let you of with a dont do it again warning.


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It's assisted alighting (or boarding as the case maybe) of a vulnerable person.

A loading restriction doesn't enter into it.

 

They cannot expect your child to make his/her own way into NURSERY school.

No observation time helps you, because you can show you took the minimum time necessary.

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It's all down to the circumstances. Nothing to do with unloading a child or vulnerable person. If there is parking local. And you just wanted to get as close as possible. Then they won't buy it.

Single line restrictions are pretty tough. But an appeal don't do anyone any harm.

 

But beware if you parked there when there were other options. It will be dismissed


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Assisted boarding/alighting is generally an exemption on ALL yellow lines.


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Assisted boarding/alighting is generally an exemption on ALL yellow lines.

 

Correct. Providing the car isn't in a dangerous position or causing an obstruction. However, 6 minutes seems a tad excessive to be dropping off TBH. What is the PCN code?

 

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Correct. Providing the car isn't in a dangerous position or causing an obstruction. However, 6 minutes seems a tad excessive to be dropping off TBH. What is the PCN code?

 

Really? 2 year olds can take a while to get sorted! I thought I did well :) The PCN code is from Redbridge: AF54580664

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Really? 2 year olds can take a while to get sorted! I thought I did well :) The PCN code is from Redbridge: AF54580664

 

The offence code would help?

 

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This is getting silly.. Assuming the contravention Code is 01/02, (without observation)...

 

The OP should submit a challenge stating ASSISTED ALIGHTING... Child to Nursery School...

Should challenge be refused, OP REQUIRES all photo's & notes by CEO - AND.... COPY of

FULL TRO that covers said SYL..


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Sorry, the offence is 'Parking in a Restricted Street During Prescribed Hours' and the code is 01. The street switches to proscribed hours for an hour, between 0930 & 1030, to dissuade commuters. I have currently drafted the letter below:

 

I am writing to challenge the above mentioned PCN as I was giving Assisted Alighting having dropped my two year old son at nursery. As the ticket was being issued I had rushed back to my vehicle and was appealing to the parking warden’s better judgement, assuring him that I was about to leave.

Unfortunately my little boy, who is potty training, had wet himself on the way in to nursery. We had parked in what I calculated was enough time to safely drop my son off and return to the vehicle however, after comforting him and getting him changed, by the time I got back to my car it was approximately 4 minutes after the 0930 to 1030 active period of the single yellow line. I was safely parked and causing no obstruction or hazard. So to be issued a ticket so close to the prescribed hours start, in the vicinity of a nursery with no proscribed parking practically close (for an infant), is predatory and serves the council and the community in no productive way.

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Personally I think the fact that you were dropping your 2 year old son and 'assisting' him into nursery would be sufficient. Not sure the extra info will help you TBH as LA's (or PATAS) don't normally take those kind of circumstances into account.

 

But good luck with it and please tell us how you get on.

 

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Sorry, the offence is 'Parking in a Restricted Street During Prescribed Hours' and the code is 01. The street switches to proscribed hours for an hour, between 0930 & 1030, to dissuade commuters. I have currently drafted the letter below:

 

Great letter, let us know how you get on!!

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