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Appealing to the Traffic Penalty Tribunal about a parking PCN issued by a Civil Enforcement Officer (CEO)
When can an appeal be made?
A person does not have the right to appeal to the Traffic Penalty Tribunal unless they can answer "yes" to each of these four questions:
|||Has a Civil Enforcement Officer (CEO) served* a parking ticket called a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) on behalf of a council that enforces parking under the Traffic Management Act 2004?|
|||Has the council sent a Notice to Owner to the person it believes to be the owner of the vehicle?|
|||Has the Notice to Owner been challenged in writing with formal representations to the council?|
|||Has the person wishing to appeal received a letter from the council saying that the challenge has been rejected (Notice of Rejection of Representations)?|
If you have answered yes to the previous questions please review The Grounds for Appeal
Click Here to appeal a ticket online at the Traffic Penalty Tribunal