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Notice to Owner but no PCN

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I'm new to this site and am looking for some help.


Before Christmas I received two Notice to Owners (NTO) for parking in front of a dropped footway - same offence on two consecutive days. This was the first that I heard of the offence as I did not receive a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) on my vehicle for either day.


As a result of this the fine had doubled from £40 to £80. I have represented against the NTO but this has been rejected by the council. The council have said to me two things - firstly they are convinced that the PCN's were on my car due to a checklist completed by the traffic warden at that time, and secondly, they cannot provide me with copies of the original PCN.


I have now appealed to a parking adjudicator and have a personal hearing in a few weeks time.


I was wondering if anyone had had a similar experience or if anyone had any thoughts on whether I have valid grounds to make this appeal.




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