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Parking Ticket - Go to Independent Tribunal or not?

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Hi, so another query for you. Bit long winded, apologies.

 

Having not had a ticket, I received an NTK from the council a while back.

 

I checked the details online and an officer had ticketed me whilst loading into my flat on double yellows

- completely legal under the local borough's website guidelines for parking.

 

I sent them a letter of appeal stating that I was in a state of continuous loading and not causing any obstructions in accordance with their laws.

 

A month later I received a letter for Recovery of unpaid debt from CPS?

 

I appealed the CPS and had it overturned as I hadn't had a rejection notice from the council.

 

The council have now sent a letter saying I can pay the original £70? (£25 surely?) or await the independent adjudicator decision from the Traffic Penalty Tribunal.

 

Soooo, what are my chances here as it's my word against the councils but I refuse to pay when no offence has taken place.

 

Anyone had any experience with this process?

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This is a council pcn

Moved to the local authority forum from the private parking invoice forum


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It's a no brainer to go to adjudication. If you win, you'll owe nothing, if you lose, the maximum you'll have to pay is the full £70 penalty (the £35 discount has long sailed)

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Are you sure this is a Council ticket?

 

 

Who are CPS (something Parking Services?)? Did you receive a Notice to Keeper (NTK) or a Notice to Owner (NTO)? What exactly is the "letter for recovery of unpaid debt"?

 

 

None of these sound like Council processes to me. It's very important you know whether this is a Council ticket or a private one. Makes a big difference in what you will need to do.

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I would suspect he means the crown prosecution service?


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