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PCN: Single yellow Incorrect Signage PCN note, Only one sign south side of road 47m run of single yellow.
Preston
post Thu, 12 Sep 2019 - 12:21
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I received a parking ticket for parking on single yellow line.

It is a one way street running West to east with double yellows on entry for 1m changing to single yellow.

As the linage changes from Double yellow to single yellow there is no sign to inform you of restrictions on south side of road for the single yellow line area.
(There is on north side of road. ) I parked on south side of road. Further up the south side 47/48 m further up where it goes
where the single line then returns to double there is a sign informing you of restrictions on the single yellow.

I am informed that there should be a sign indicating parking restrictions as you enter the one way and the fact that the single yellow runs for 47 m there should be two one at each end?

Is it possible for me to appeal the parking ticket on the basis there should of been another parking restrictions sign along its length on the south side of Edwards St as you enter the one way st?


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post Thu, 12 Sep 2019 - 12:46
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here:

https://www.google.com/maps/@53.7612853,-2....6384!8i8192

it's a pretty sure bet the line is controlled the same as that opposite and I would have checked the line for signs. But there probably was a sign at the top end - looks like pavement has been redone - so worth a shot.

you can see a round feature on the pavement going back:

https://www.google.com/maps/@53.7612898,-2....3312!8i6656

post all the PCN.

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post Thu, 12 Sep 2019 - 12:54
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Thanks Stamfordman , for the advice and the map link πŸ‘
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post Thu, 12 Sep 2019 - 13:22
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I have just read Traffic management signs 2018 chapter three .
Published on a .gov site.


https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/go...-chapter-03.pdf

It states.

13.4.15. A sign should normally be erected within 15 m of the start and end of the prohibition. Where there is a change in the prohibition, signs for each prohibition are normally mounted either side by side or one above the other at the changeover point. Each sign should include
an arrow indicating the direction in which the prohibition extends. Where a sign indicates both a prohibition of waiting and loading and only one of those prohibitions changes, the arrows should be applied only to the prohibition that changes. It is not necessary to duplicate the prohibition that does not change with an arrow pointing in each direction. Figures 13‐13, 13‐14, 13‐15, 13‐16, 13‐17, 13‐18 and 13‐19 give examples of signing changeover points, together with the appropriate road markings. Where the prohibition of loading changes, but not the prohibition
of waiting, the yellow β€œno waiting” line at the changeover point does not have a transverse mark. Upright signs at the changeover point may be combined into a single sign or mounted separately. Where the resulting sign or combination of signs is not rectangular, a grey backing board may be used. This need not extend beyond the top and bottom of the assembly, or beyond the sides of the widest sign.


β€œ A sign should normally be erected within 15m of the start and end of the prohibition. β€œ

There was no sign at the start of the single yellow line. Would this be strong enough ground to challenge the PCN?

Has anybody challenged on these grounds before ?

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post Thu, 12 Sep 2019 - 14:29
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When you park on a SYL you are on notice that there is a restriction and should look for a sign to check what that is. There should be a sign at the start of the restriction not the end but an adjudicator might well think The sign is less the 50 metres away the guidance is that there should not be more than 60 so even if parked at the start the sign is not to far away

Pay your money and take your chance really. but if you post the PCN we can check it for flaws


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post Thu, 12 Sep 2019 - 21:30
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QUOTE (PASTMYBEST @ Thu, 12 Sep 2019 - 15:29) *
When you park on a SYL you are on notice that there is a restriction and should look for a sign to check what that is. There should be a sign at the start of the restriction not the end but an adjudicator might well think The sign is less the 50 metres away the guidance is that there should not be more than 60 so even if parked at the start the sign is not to far away

Pay your money and take your chance really. but if you post the PCN we can check it for flaws


I was in the shop for 5 mins when came out warden was sticking the ticket to the window !

It ridiculous she then took pictures and walked off!

If I am to abide to the signs of the council, then surely they should abide to the guide lines and put the signs upwithin 15m of each end of the restriction starting and finishing.?

I will give it a go and see what happens.

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post Thu, 12 Sep 2019 - 22:08
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You chanced your arm on this presumably. You need to post the PCN.
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post Fri, 13 Sep 2019 - 13:53
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QUOTE (stamfordman @ Thu, 12 Sep 2019 - 23:08) *
You chanced your arm on this presumably. You need to post the PCN.


No to be honest.
I will post PCN tonight when I am back home.

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Preston

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post Fri, 13 Sep 2019 - 15:24
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PCN Notice.
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Preston
post Fri, 13 Sep 2019 - 20:24
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Why is there a huge white gap between my original first question post and the first reply ?

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post Fri, 13 Sep 2019 - 21:28
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QUOTE (Preston @ Fri, 13 Sep 2019 - 21:24) *
Why is there a huge white gap between my original first question post and the first reply ?

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Preston

Its the way the forum facility works, probably space for an advert. Your first reply from Stamfordman came very shortly after your first post

QUOTE (Preston @ Fri, 13 Sep 2019 - 21:24) *
Why is there a huge white gap between my original first question post and the first reply ?

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Preston

Its the way the forum facility works, probably space for an advert. Your first reply from Stamfordman came very shortly after your first post
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post Sat, 14 Sep 2019 - 09:05
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Ah okay ,

Thanks for that, I am about to write my appeal on the PCN!

Is there any technical irregularities anybody has spotted ?

Kind regards

Preston

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Mr Mustard
post Sat, 14 Sep 2019 - 16:48
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Given that this is a one way round and you haven't passed the sign an adjudicator on a good day might find signage to be inadequate.

The bit that bothers me is the inbuilt unfairness on the back of the PCN

'the enforcement authority will decide in each case whether or not to extend the period within which the reduced penalty charge may me made'
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That leaves the motorist in a nervous and uncertain position and must nudge many into making a 50% payment in case it does not get offered again.

I don't think I would raise that second point before the tribunal stage though. I don't do many TPT Appeals as I fare much worse there than at London Tribunals and so, for once, I don't wish to act as representative.


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post Sun, 15 Sep 2019 - 10:34
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QUOTE (Mr Mustard @ Sat, 14 Sep 2019 - 17:48) *
Given that this is a one way round and you haven't passed the sign an adjudicator on a good day might find signage to be inadequate.

The bit that bothers me is the inbuilt unfairness on the back of the PCN

'the enforcement authority will decide in each case whether or not to extend the period within which the reduced penalty charge may me made'
.

That leaves the motorist in a nervous and uncertain position and must nudge many into making a 50% payment in case it does not get offered again.

I don't think I would raise that second point before the tribunal stage though. I don't do many TPT Appeals as I fare much worse there than at London Tribunals and so, for once, I don't wish to act as representative.



Dear Mr Mustard/Stamfordman /pastmybest,

Thanks for your views and input.

I will send the appeal in and see how it goes .

Kind regards

Preston

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post Sun, 15 Sep 2019 - 12:26
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I will send the appeal in and see how it goes .


Always best to post your draft here for comment before sending.
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