The issue of 3,975 Penalty Charge Notices between 04/10/2019 and 18/11/2019 on one YBJ on West Hill, Wandsworth

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Stephen Gary Bondfield.

Dear Transport for London,
For the one YBJ site on West Hill Wandsworth that has been the subject of my past three seperate requests, 3,975 Penalty Charge Notices were ssued between 04/10/2019 and 18/11/2019. This number of PCNs is contrasted by the number which were issued after 19/11/2019 and between 03/01/2020, the total being1,499 . I am aware that a permit had been issued to Southern Gas in order that the exit route towards Roehampton from West Hill, be closed in order to access the road area at the junction to effect a repair to a gas leak.I am without any doubt that the restricted exit route and the need to impose a diversion for the outward flow of vehicles, was the obstacle that caused so many motorists to be in contravention of YBJ rules at this site. The revenue from the issue of this number of PCNs was quite considerable, <3,975 > my question is, what was this revenue used to finance after the removal of the roadworks and when the permit to Southern Gas from TFL expired on 18/11/2019.

Yours faithfully,
Stephen Gary Bondfield,
28 Witley House,
Redlands Way,
London ,
SW2 3LR.
[email address]
Mobile 07930 520949.

FOI, Transport for London

Dear Stephen Gary Bondfield

 

Our ref: FOI-0352-2021/GH

 

Thank you for your request received by Transport for London (TfL) on 6
June 2020 asking for information about revenue from Penalty Charge
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Dear Stephen Gary Bondfield

 

Our ref: FOI-0352-2021/GH

 

Thank you for your request received by Transport for London (TfL) on 6
June 2020 asking for information about revenue from Penalty Charge Notices
(PCNs).

 

Your request has been considered under the requirements of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 and our information access policy.

 

You asked: What was this revenue used to finance after the removal of the
roadworks and when the permit to Southern Gas from TFL expired on 
18/11/2019.

 

Unfortunately we do not hold the information you require. We do not record
specifically what the revenue from PCNs at any given location was used
for. All net revenue is reinvested back into TfL services.

 

Please note, the Government has announced a series of measures to tackle
the coronavirus. It is essential for London, that we continue to provide a
safe transport network for essential journeys.

 

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Yours sincerely

 

Graham Hurt

FOI Case Officer

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General Counsel

Transport for London

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