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Pay a parking fine
You can pay a parking fine online, by telephone or by post.
Parking fine - appeal
If you think that you should not have received a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN), or there are special reasons why it should be cancelled, you can appeal.
The Blue Badge scheme provides disabled parking concessions for people with severe mobility problems.
Apply for a dropped kerb
We are responsible for regulating the placement and construction of dropped kerbs (otherwise known as vehicular access) within the public highway.
Apply for a parking permit
We operate a number of permit schemes which only allow vehicles displaying the relevant parking permits to park in a designated bay/zone.
Bus Lane Enforcement Appeals and Payments
You can pay a bus lane fine online, by telephone or by post. Or you can appeal a bus lane fine if you think that you should not have recieved one
Obstruction of driveways
Under highway law, it is illegal to park a vehicle so that it obstructs other people wanting to use a road or path.
In certain circumstances we can issue parking waivers giving exemptions from parking restrictions.
Request a new parking restriction
Information on parking restrictions and what to do if you're having issues with parking.
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