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56 days limits appeal, Notice of rejection received after the 56 days limit
Zeen81
post Mon, 16 Sep 2019 - 08:58
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Hi

I received a PCN through the post from Newham Council with a Date of Notice 10/07/2019. Contravention date was 30/06/2019.
Evidences on Newham's website only had pictures but no CCTV footage. I sent a letter to the council on the 12/07/2019 asking to see the CCTV
footage as i was not sure an offence was commited solely by the pictures provided as evidence.
Having not received any response to my letter after a month, I called the council and was told they received my representation letter on
the 15/07/19, my case was on hold and that i should receive a written response from them within 56 days.
The response letter 'Notice of rejection' was receive on 14/09/2019 dated 11/09/2019 (59 days after they claimed to have received my letter).
At the bottom of the letter, they ask me to email them them requesting for the CCTV footage. Now i have 2 questions:
- if i request the CCTV footage, is my case still on hold i.e. do i still have the 14 days reduced fine?
- can I contest this 'notive of rejection' base on the fact that they did not respect the 56 days limit rule?

Pictures provided by Newham, PCN and notice of rejections are attached.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

many thanks
Zina

Attached File(s)
Attached File  pictures.pdf ( 238.29K ) Number of downloads: 72
Attached File  PCN.pdf ( 264.09K ) Number of downloads: 58
Attached File  Notice_of_rejection_letter.pdf ( 464.82K ) Number of downloads: 54
 
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post Mon, 16 Sep 2019 - 09:13
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Which of the potentially offending cars is yours? I'm guessing at the left of the two silver cars that is behind the black one?

Did you submit any sort of appeal at all when asking for the video?

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post Mon, 16 Sep 2019 - 09:16
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56 days is for responding to formal reps to a parking PCN. Yours is a moving traffic PCN and this limit does not apply.

If you want the video email them now and see if it comes quickly.
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Zeen81
post Mon, 16 Sep 2019 - 09:23
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hi
my car is the one of the left.
In my letter i stated that the 2 cars entering the yellow box are similar and registration number plates blurry and were not sifficient evidence for teh offence hence why the request to see teh CCTV footage.
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post Mon, 16 Sep 2019 - 13:09
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The CCTV will be on the council website, we need to see the video.


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