Parking Tickets

How to pay for a parking ticket

If you’ve been issued a parking ticket/penalty charge notice, you can pay the penalty charge via the link below. You will need your penalty notice charge number (PCN) along with your vehicle registration to make payment.

How to challenge a parking ticket

Parking tickets can be appealed within 14 days of the date that you received the ticket. The issue date will be shown on the parking ticket.

When submitting an appeal, it’s important that you keep details as concise as possible and only mention information that is directly relevant to your challenge. Unnecessary information will ultimately lead to deals in your appeal.

Once an appeal has been submitted, you will be contacted as soon as possible. It’s requested that you don’t make follow-up enquiries as this will extend the time needed to investigate your appeal and will not lead to a faster resolution.

To make an appeal, you will need your penalty notice charge number (PCN) along with your vehicle registration.

Appealing Via Post

If you prefer to appeal via post, you can write to the address provided on your parking ticket. As above, please provide information on why you wish to challenge the ticket but ensure the information is concise.

For appeals via post, the decision will be posted back to you.


Can I appeal to the Independent Parking Adjudicator?

This action can only be made once a ‘Notice to Owner’ has been issued and once formal representations have been rejected.


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