Where do I find the PCN?

Where do I find the PCN?

The PCN number can be found above the vehicle image in the top right hand corner of the PCN.

Can a PCN be Cancelled?

Do not ignore PCNs If you feel that it was incorrectly issued, or that there are special circumstances in your case, you should write to the council at the advised address. They may cancel the PCN or turn down your case and inform you of your rights to take the matter further.

What happens if you lose a PCN?

In cases where a PCN has been misplaced, we recommend waiting for the Council to send a Notice To Owner to the owner of the vehicle in question. The owner should return this explaining that the original PCN was misplaced and that the PCN could not be paid at the reduced amount.

How long do the council have to respond to a PCN appeal?

within 56 days
What happens next? Where a PCN is issued under the Traffic Management Act (TMA) 2004, the council will respond to your challenge within 56 days of the date it was received.

Who is responsible for paying a PCN?

registered keeper of
Even though you weren’t driving, as the registered keeper of the vehicle you’re responsible for a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) or Excess Charge Notice (ECN) from the council – issued on public land, such as a high street. You should ask the person who was driving to pay the ticket, but they might refuse.

How do I cancel PCN?

Once issued, a parking ticket (PCN) can’t be cancelled Once a parking ticket (PCN) is issued, it cannot be cancelled by a traffic attendant. If you feel it should be cancelled, you must write to the Parking Enforcement Processing Unit at the address given on the reverse side of the parking ticket (PCN).

Does a PCN have to be attached to a vehicle?

If a council traffic warden has issued a PCN but not yet attached it to your vehicle, the council has the power to request the car’s registered details from the DVLA and can send you postal PCN. They will already have your vehicle registration number so will be able to trace you through that.

Should I pay or appeal a Redbridge PCN – Penalty Charge Notice?

When you receive a Redbridge PCN – penalty charge notice, you have the option to pay or appeal it. You have nothing to lose by appealing the parking ticket becauseif the appeal is rejected, the discount will often be re-offered. You can also contact Redbridge on twitter @redbridgeLive if you want to ask any questions or get instant advice.

How do I pay a parking fine in Redbridge?

How to Pay Redbridge Parking Fine To pay your Redbridge penalty charge notice. Please follow the instructions on your PCN or see the steps below. You can usually pay by card on the website, cheque, cash at a local pound or by sending a postal order to Redbridge.

Why Appeal with Redbridge Council?

Our appeal letters make Redbridge know that you are serious about defending your case and force them to work harder for your money. That councils can’t fine you with multiple PCN’s for the same offence? That a postal penalty charge notice MUST be issued within 28 days? That the council have to prove every contravention with correct signage?

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