Contravention Code 02

Parked or loading/unloading in a restricted street where waiting and loading/unloading restrictions are in force, parked where there is a yellow line AND yellow markings on the kerb. (Blips)


How to have your penalty charge notice (PCN) for this parking contravention cancelled.

We may be able to assist you in having your penalty charge notice for this contravention cancelled.

Follow our 3 stage process:

1 Check: Specific grounds for appeal for this contravention (below on this page)
This may also include diagrams and pictures showing signage requirements etc.

2 Check: General grounds for appeal
Applies to most contraventions.

3 Check: Summarised parking adjudicators decisions
Includes details of example cases won.


Specific grounds of appeal for this contravention


Possible grounds of appeal for this contravention

1. Loading restrictions are shown by yellow blips on the kerb and there should also be a plate within 15 metres of where you stopped stating the time when loading restrictions apply. One yellow blip on the kerb means no loading or unloading at the times shown on the sign two yellow blips mean No loading or unloading at any time. Unlike parking restriction signs which have a yellow background, loading restriction signs must have black text on a white background. (except for temporary loading restrictions which may have a yellow background) Normally there are parking and loading restrictions applying and therefore part of the sign background is yellow and part is white. See the loading signs and markings below to see if the enforcing authority has used the correct signs and markings. Often they have not and this may well be grounds for an appeal. The markings and signs must also be legible.

Below we show diagrams of the signs and lines which must be in situ by law and much more information that will help you decide whether to appeal against your penalty charge notice.


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