Parking Charge Payment (PCN)
If you do not pay your Parking Charge promptly or submit a valid appeal within 21 days of issue, you may have to pay more!
If your Parking Charge Notice PCN remains unpaid, the operator may refer the Parking Charge to a debt recovery agency or to their solicitors for court proceedings and enforcement collection, which could add further unnecessary costs to your original Parking Charge amount owed.
Pay or Appeal Parking Charge Notice (PCN)
Should you wish to appeal your Parking Charge, you must do so promptly and by following your Parking Charge appeal procedure which has been provided to you on the Parking Charge Notice (PCN) and you must submit your appeal within 21 days from the Parking Charge issue date.
Payment of Parking Charges issued on private land may be pursued by the operator through legal means, including the courts, which may result in you incurring additional costs.
If you decide you want to appeal your PCN, you should submit an appeal against your Parking Charge Notice (PCN) in writing to the car-park operator, further details on how to appeal are provided on the Parking Charge Notice (PCN).
If you are not satisfied with the outcome of your Parking Charge (PCN) appeal, you can make a further appeal to the operator’s Independent Appeals Service (IAS) provider, details should be provided to you on the Parking Charge (PCN).
Alternatively, you can pay your outstanding Parking Charge Notice via our parking charge payment website.
Independent Advice on Parking Charge PCN
Further independent and free legal advice on parking charge payment and parking charges (PCN) can be found on the Citizens Advice website.