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Hi

 

I have a hearing with the parking adjudicator this Wednesday and was wondering if anyone had any thoughts or advice for me.

 

The background is I received two PCN's for parking across a dropped footway, however, I did not find either PCN on my car - I only found out when I received two Notice to Owner's one month later.

 

I represented to the council and this was rejected and I have subsequently appealed and have the hearing this week. I have no problem paying the £40 penalty for the first offence, but the fine is now £80 for each ticket.

 

This week, I received the council's evidence which includes photo's of my car parked illegally. The photo of the first offence shows the parking ticket on the car, whilst the photo of the second day also only shows one ticket i.e. proving that the second ticket was removed from the car. The council have said that they cannot be held responsible for somebody else of the weather removing the ticket - although I am not sure why I should be.

 

As for the PCN itself - the council have sent a copy with their evidence, after telling me that they do not retain copies! It has the date of the notice at the top and the code for the offence, so it looks like it was correctly issues.

 

Does anyone know if I have any grounds for appeal? Can the council use the photo's evidence? As this just a case of my word against the council's will the adjudicator take their side?

 

Any thoughts would be very welcome.

 

Thanks

Mike

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Hi

 

I have a hearing with the parking adjudicator this Wednesday and was wondering if anyone had any thoughts or advice for me.

 

The background is I received two PCN's for parking across a dropped footway, however, I did not find either PCN on my car - I only found out when I received two Notice to Owner's one month later.

 

I represented to the council and this was rejected and I have subsequently appealed and have the hearing this week. I have no problem paying the £40 penalty for the first offence, but the fine is now £80 for each ticket.

 

This week, I received the council's evidence which includes photo's of my car parked illegally. The photo of the first offence shows the parking ticket on the car, whilst the photo of the second day also only shows one ticket i.e. proving that the second ticket was removed from the car. The council have said that they cannot be held responsible for somebody else of the weather removing the ticket - although I am not sure why I should be.

 

As for the PCN itself - the council have sent a copy with their evidence, after telling me that they do not retain copies! It has the date of the notice at the top and the code for the offence, so it looks like it was correctly issues.

 

Does anyone know if I have any grounds for appeal? Can the council use the photo's evidence? As this just a case of my word against the council's will the adjudicator take their side?

 

Any thoughts would be very welcome.

 

Thanks

Mike

 

Can you scan and post the copy you have removing all identifying marks, both sides if you have them.

 

Also the NTO and the NoR as there can be errors that have previously been decided upon.

PUTTING IT IN WRITING & KEEPING COPIES IS A MUST FOR SUCCESS

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