Parking Charge Notices

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Dear Wycombe District Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I would like to enquire the following information around the distribution of Parking Charge Notices.

I would like to request:

1. The number of Parking Charge Notices Wycombe District Council has issued over the last 3 months (July 2017 - September 2017)

2. The revenue from the Parking Charge Notices issued by Wycombe District Borough Council over the last 3 months (July 2017 - September 2017)

3. The location i.e. street or car park where Parking Charge Notices have been issued the most by Wycombe District Council over the last 3 months (July2017 - September 2017)

Yours faithfully,

Hayley Burrows

Wycombe District Council

Your Eform 'Wycombe FOI (1.0).wdf' was successfully submitted.
Date Submitted: 9/10/2017 10:50:46

Ann Phillips, Wycombe District Council

Dear Ms Burrows

I am writing in connection with your request for information under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000/Environmental Information 2004 for
information relating to Distribution of Parking Charge Notices, which I
received on 9 October 2017. 

I have forwarded your request for information to Mr D J Pratt, Senior
Administrator Parking Services, who will contact you shortly if additional
information is required to respond to your request appropriately.  Mr
Pratt will also contact you if he feels your request may fall under a
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In the meantime, if you have any further comments relating to your
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above.

Yours sincerely

 

Ann Phillips (Mrs)
Case Officer Parking Services

Wycombe District Council
Queen Victoria Road
High Wycombe
Bucks
HP11 1BB
Direct line: 01494 421171

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Freetext: Dear Wycombe District Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I would like to enquire the
following information around the distribution of Parking Charge Notices.

I would like to request:

1. The number of Parking Charge Notices Wycombe District Council has
issued over the last 3 months (July 2017 - September 2017)

2. The revenue from the Parking Charge Notices issued by Wycombe District
Borough Council over the last 3 months (July 2017 - September 2017)

3. The location i.e. street or car park where Parking Charge Notices have
been issued the most by Wycombe District Council over the last 3 months
(July2017 - September 2017)

Yours faithfully,

Hayley Burrows
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Ann Phillips, Wycombe District Council

Dear Ms Burrows

I am writing in connection with your request under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 relating to information concerning the distribution
of Parking Charge Notices.  This was received on 09/10/17. 

 

I  can confirm that Wycombe District Council does hold information falling
within the description specified in your request.  Please note that
penalties issued by Wycombe District Council are Penalty Charge Notices,
and that we are responsible for the enforcement of our car parks only. 
On-street enforcement comes under the authority of Buckinghamshire County
Council.

·        

Your questions and our answers may be found below:

 

1)    The number of Parking Charge Notices issued by Wycombe District
Council over the last three months (July 2017 - September 2017)

 

2,533 PCNs

 

2)    The revenue from the Parking Charge Notices issued by Wycombe
District Council over the last three months (July 2017-September 2017)

 

As at 13/10/17 approximately £55,000 has been received so far for the
cases issued in this period.  Please note that 420 cases remain live.

 

3)    The location ie street or car park where Parking Charge Notices have
been issued the most by Wycombe District Council over the last three
months (July 2017 - September 2017)

 

Penalty Charge Notices have been issued in the following car parks during
the specified period:

 

High Marlow:
Wycombe:
Baker Central
Street
Council Dean Street
Office
Front
Council Institute
Office Road
Rear
Desborough Liston Road
Road
Duke Riley Road
Street
Easton West Street
Street
MSCP
George
Street
Handy Princes
Cross Hub Risborough:
Railway Horns Lane
Place
Richardson The Mount
Street
Swan MSCP
The Rye Bourne End:
Access
Road
Totteridge Wakeman
Road Road
Town Hall
Kingsmead

 

 

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Yours sincerely

 

Mr D J Pratt

Senior Administrator

Parking Services

 

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From: [email address]
To: [email address],
[email address], [email address]
Subject: FOI Form Submitted

Title: Ms
Forenames: Hayley
Surname: Burrows
Address1: What Do They Know
Address2:
Address3:
Town:
County:
Postcode:
Phone:
Email: [FOI #436750 email]
CommType: Freedom of Information
Freetext: Dear Wycombe District Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I would like to enquire the
following information around the distribution of Parking Charge Notices.

I would like to request:

1. The number of Parking Charge Notices Wycombe District Council has
issued over the last 3 months (July 2017 - September 2017)

2. The revenue from the Parking Charge Notices issued by Wycombe District
Borough Council over the last 3 months (July 2017 - September 2017)

3. The location i.e. street or car park where Parking Charge Notices have
been issued the most by Wycombe District Council over the last 3 months
(July2017 - September 2017)

Yours faithfully,

Hayley Burrows
Subject: Off-Street Parking & Car Parks
Senders Ref: Distribution of Parking Charge Notices
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Dear Ann Phillips,

Many thanks for your response. Would you be able to clarify with regards to question 3, which location or car park the most PCN's were issued?

Yours sincerely,

Hayley Burrows

Ann Phillips, Wycombe District Council

Thank you for your email. I am able to advise that the car park in which most PCNs were issued during the three months to which you refer was Central car park in Marlow.

Ann Phillips (Mrs)
Parking Services

Wycombe District Council
Queen Victoria Road
High Wycombe, Bucks
HP11 1BB

Tel: 01494 421417

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