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Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Fears over safety in streets in Tunbridge Wells has prompted late night enforcement action by traffic wardens on illegally parked vehicles. The wardens have been dispatched in residential roads in the St James area as late as Tunbridge Wells Borough Council said it was responding to concerns raised by householders about “dangerous parking” and was enforcing “24 hour restrictions”. One angry resident in Avon Street who was fined for parking on double yellow lines at A parking ticket blitz left 45 fines slapped on cars next to a busy Tunbridge Wells pub The council said it realised the enforcement would not be supported by all residents but it was a safety issue as roads should be accessible for fire engines and ambulances. Chris Stevenson, 30, of Western Road said residents were being unfairly penalised because on-street parking in the area could be almost impossible to find. He also slammed the council’s late-night operations as revenue generators, saying their timing would catch out many who would assume their vehicles would be “safe”. The massive difference between pass rates at Kent’s driving test centres has been revealed “It’s easy takings, residential areas.
Police contacted following traffic warden abuse
Home Headlines Police contacted following traffic warden abuse Advertisement Police contacted following traffic warden abuse Posted: But according to statistics just released by the Department for Infrastructure, no formal reports were made to the PSNI prior to November Parking attendants have only recently been deployed in Coalisland amid criticism over a lack of penalties issued in the town.
Advertisement For the past six years not a single parking ticket was written up. The biggest offenders were in Belfast where 12 complaints were made during the 11 month period. Next was Ballymena where the police were contacted four times in relation to the abuse of a traffic attendant.
TRAFFIC wardens are to start wearing cameras on their heads to film drivers on the streets of North Wales. Wardens will use mini-cameras to capture images of angry motorists who attack them with.
Mike Bower had worked for NSL Services, which manages parking on behalf of Bury Council, for about nine months when he was told by bosses that it was deemed an inappropriate object. He received a letter through the post on Christmas Eve terminating his contract. Mr Bower, of Sherwood Avenue, Radcliffe, has now spoken out after an appeal against his dismissal was rejected. The year-old said that he kept the keyring in his pocket and never had any intention to cause offence.
He says it only became an issue when the key ring fell off his bunch of keys, and he found it placed on his locker the next morning. He claims he was then called in by bosses at the firm, based in Carne House, Parsons Lane, Bury, and told he was under investigation. I know there is not a good time to get sacked, but it was not good to lose my job on Christmas Eve. I kept it very private.
Parking fines explained – your rights and what traffic wardens can do
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Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Social media users have vented their fury online after a video circulated of an ambulance crew being given a parking ticket in Northwich this week. The shocking video, filmed by cameraman Ian French, shows the paramedics getting a ticket after they parked on double yellow lines while taking their first break in eight hours at Kingsmead Square, Northwich on Tuesday afternoon.
The workers for North West Ambulance Service parked up outside a supermarket while on shift to nip in for some water to drink, r eports MirrorOnline. But a video shows a parking warden issuing a ticket while the emergency worker pleads: The heated exchange was filmed by outraged passerby Ian French, who claims the cap-wearing attendant told him he was “proud” of issuing the ticket.
The locals are not happy about it, nor are some of the businesses. I’ve had nothing to drink and nothing to eat, and now I’d like to go to Tesco to get some water.
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The number one topic of discontent in the borough is the source of an ongoing civil unrest. Motorists have been driven mad over the past 18 months with what they say are high hourly rates, a confusing cashless system and unfair CPZs. Drivers dodge the charges, protest about policy and traders petition Barnet Borough Council, while one vigilante has even taken the law into their own hands — spraying the parking signs black to makes the fees unenforceable.
Recent efforts by the council to appease the driving population include reduced tariffs and short-stay bays but parking still gets people talking.
A traffic warden who failed to park within the box has been criticised on the Thirsk Grumbler Facebook page.. People say they would have got a ticket if they had parked like this.
Traffic wardens have been sent to 59 schools in East Lancashire since the policy was brought in by Lancashire County Council at the beginning of September. In nearly two months 38 penalty notices have been handed out to drivers for poor parking outside primary and secondary schools in East Lancashire. The visits come following the launch of County Hall’s new initiative to visit every school, with enforceable restrictions, at least once every academic year.
In Hyndburn, 14 schools have been visited and eight penalty notices issued. No schools have been visited in the Ribble Valley yet. A total of nine schools have been visited in Burnley, with 10 PCNs issued. Schools in Pendle have received 26 visits so far, with 18 PCNs issued. In Rossendale, 10 schools have been visited with just 2 PCNs issued. Bosses at Lancashire County Council say the purpose of the policy is to deter poor parking rather than try to issue lots of penalties.
Normal weekly parking enforcement, of visiting schools at morning and afternoon drop off, has been held by Blackburn with Darwen Council has been held since A total of 70 penalty notices have been issued to people parking outside schools following visits to schools. The borough has 72 learning establishments.
Traffic warden numbers double
Get weekly updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email TRAFFIC wardens have dished out three times as many parking tickets in Crewe since the council took over enforcement from the police in January. Police were unable to provide the exact figures for how much they made from ticketing in the same period last year.
But a source put the figure at about penalties, less than a third of the number handed out so far this year.
It was the profession that inspired one of the Beatles’ most famous love songs. But even though Lovely Rita, Meter Maid famously stole the hearts of the Fab Four, it seems that traffic wardens no.
Discount if paid within 14 days: On the evidence, it is unclear which method of service was employed. His car attracted the attention of a different parking attendant who issued a PCN which read as follows: Parked in a restricted street during prescribed hours. Below that is a tear -off slip reading: The parking attendant attempted to serve the PCN, but it is now accepted that Mr Moses successfully drove away before service was achieved.
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Traffic wardens typically patrol the city on foot, handing out parking tickets where applicable. The whole occupation has earned a somewhat bad rep over the years in the UK.
Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get Daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The sense of dread when you walk up to your car and spot the little yellow plastic pouch glaring at you from your windscreen is a feeling we all hate.
Even just chancing it for a two-minute pop into the shop while parking on a double yellow line can be a risk – it’s as if by magic a warden pops out of thin air to slap a ticket on your window. But what if you catch them in the act? Can you ask them nicely not to fine you? Will they say yes if you do? Can you just jump in and drive off before they stick it on?
The RAC has issued some advice on how best to deal with a traffic warden and your rights if you encounter one. What is a traffic warden? Wardens are not police officers and are employed by the local council. Making sure parking regulations are being followed and issuing penalty charge notices PCNs, or fines when they are required.