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I recently was issued with a parking ticket (pcn council) for parking in a street, which had no visible yellow lines. The area was outside a building sight and any traces of a yellow line, had been cleaned right off, by all the building machinery and materials going in and out of site.

 

Since then however, I have revisited the spot and there is now a plastic temporary sign, tied around a lamppost beside the road where I had parked. To warn people not to park there.

 

How can I best go about appealing this matter?

 

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Nadia Phillips

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I recently was issued with a parking ticket (pcn council) for parking in a street, which had no visible yellow lines.

 

I assume the PCN wasn't actually for 'parking in a street with no visible lines' but for some other offence such as parking in a restricted street? No location, no PCN, no photos = not much chance of constructive advice.

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Taking a photo at the time would be useful to use as evidence, but now would do! showing road condition and lines etc.

How far away was any restriction signage?

Appeals procedure should be on Notice.

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