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Southwark council PCN by post 102 days after alleged contravention date, PCN by post for 51j dated 102 days after incident date
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post Tue, 27 Oct 2020 - 18:58
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Hello,
I have received a PCN by post for '51j; failing to comply with a no-entry sign'.
The odd thing is that the date of this is in 15/07/2020 and I received this PCN 103 days later (PCN dated 26/10/2020).

PCN copy attached.
https://photos.app.goo.gl/xKnzkq9AWMTd6sHdA

As far as I can recall, I was on NHS COVID volunteer duty at that time, taking a vulnerable patient to the hospital and may have genuinely taken a wrong turn as I have never been to that area prior to the day (so much for trying to do a good deed).

Regardless, Is a 3 months+ delayed PCN legit? Surely the council have some (more realistic) time limit in which to issue such PCNs?

Any advice on next steps (Informal reps/challenge etc) is most appreciated.
Cheers,
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post Fri, 30 Oct 2020 - 12:19
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Fix the spacing, it's not easy to read one massive block of text. Other than that, you're good to go.


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