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01 parked in a restricted street during prescribed hours

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Hi

 

Car was parked on double yellow lines - ticket inspector observed car from 1.02pm - 1.02pm gave a ticket 01 Parked in a restricted street during prescribed hours -

 

one picture of the front of the car was taken at 1.02 another was taken at 1.04 when I got into the vehicle to drive off. (I was definitely there by 1.03.

 

what's the best way of appealing this? technically its parked on double yellows - not on a restricted street during prescribed hours as there are no prescribed hours on double yellows?

 

thank you for all the help in advance

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There will be huge signs on all entrances to the area designated as restricted.

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DYL are 24/7 so the prescribed hours are at any time. The 01 contravention is correct.

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no signs are required for double yellow lines, only single and lines with kerb markings require signs

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Double yellows - assuming no additional loading ban - allow you to stop to load/unload and also to set down or pick up passengers.

 

For this reason, it is standard practice to give an observation period before issuing a PCN. If you were on double yellows and were not given an observation period, you can appeal on that basis. It's not a cast iron cancellation but one which, if the Council were being reasonable, I would think they would uphold. Individual CEOs should not go outside of the guidelines they are set.

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