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Councils call for rise in parking penalty charges to protect responsible motorists from selfish parking
- 91% of local authorities say that current penalty charges outside of London are not high enough to prevent illegal parking.
- 69% believe that penalty charges outside of London should mirror those inside London.
- 95% agreed that penalty charges in England and Wales should be like those currently being proposed in Scotland.
Government proposals to cap the level of PCNs for parking on private land to £50 from the current level of £100 will have a dramatic effect on the sector.
DMUK hopes to make 2021 campaign bigger and better than ever before.
Public opinion ignored as government proposes measures that make managing private parking unworkable
The government’s response to a recent public consultation has caused serious concerns that the drastic reduction in the deterrent effect of parking charges on private land will force legitimate parking operators out, allowing the ‘cowboys’ to once again ride into town.
The two trade associations representing UK parking operators have expressed serious concern following publication of the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government’s response (20 March 2021) to the recent consultation to the enforcement framework for the forthcoming new Parking Code. The British Parking Association (BPA) and the International Parking Community (IPC) say the response in its current form is not sustainable and will have a negative impact on the economic recovery, lead to higher parking charges for all responsible motorists and encourage a return of rogue operators who will act outside of the Code of Practice.
Nearly half of all motorists who contested parking charges last year by taking their case to the UK’s largest appeals service had their ticket cancelled, a new report shows.