PARKING TICKETS – UPDATE & GOOD NEWS

David has finally received some good news via Cllr Jim Dickson:

Dear neighbours, apologies for the tedious flow of emails about parking; hopefully this will be the last!

Councillor Jim Dickson – with whom I’ve been in touch over the daft issuing of fines, on behalf of Fawnbrake residents – has received some good news, despite our initial challenges to Lambeth being turned down.

It’s self-explanatory, and he’s asked me to spread the word, so here it is:

Dear Cllr Dickson,

Further to my ME response yesterday I have continued to look into the suspensions and resulting PCNs on Fawnbrake Avenue, as I am aware a number of customers have been affected.

I can now confirm that any PCN cases which are still open will be cancelled.

This is because we accept that the multiple suspensions on the street may have caused confusion, coupled with the fact that the nature of the street furniture on Fawnbrake Avenue (to which we affixed the suspensions) means the information may have been inconsistently displayed.

We are currently investigating the feasibility of mobile posts to affix signs to, so that in the future information is more clearly displayed.

Kind regards,

James

James Edlin
Performance and Development Officer 

Environment
7th Floor, Blue Star House

Well done, David! But I guess we should continue to be vigialnt, and prudent where we park.  Lambeth may now improve the accuracy of the parking suspension notices.

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