Paying your parking ticket
Other ways to pay your penalty charge notice can be found on the back of the parking ticket.
Challenging a parking ticket
If you think that you shouldn't have been issued with a parking ticket and you have received it within 14 days, you can appeal.
Only include details that are relevant to your challenge. Additional non-specific information will lead to delays in your appeal being dealt with.
We receive a large volume of mail on a daily basis. Once your challenge has been submitted and entered into our system your notice will be placed on hold at the current charge until a response can be sent.
There is no need to make any follow-up enquiries as this will add to the time taken to deal with your original challenge. Please be patient, we will endeavour to respond as soon as possible.
If you wish to appeal the notice further you need to wait for a Notice to Owner to be issued.
This will be sent to the owner/keeper of this vehicle as registered with the DVLA. The registered keeper is liable for the PCN. If the council rejects the representations to the Notice to Owner, a notice of rejection will be sent with details of the appeal procedure.
You cannot appeal to the Independent Parking Adjudicator (Traffic Penalty Tribunal) until the Notice to Owner has been issued and formal representations rejected.