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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

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