Dear Pembrokeshire Council,
I refer to your reply of today to F010815.
You have omitted to answer my question about the issue of a PCN if an occupant or a disabled wheelchair bound occupant had fallen asleep during the night whilst parked in an area designated for parking.
Does the designated area change status after midnight (or whatever time Pembroke see fit?)
If a vehicle has paid or is parked in a designated space and inadvertenly sleeps how can you classify that as a contravention ?
Do your "traffic enforcement officers" knock on windows demanding access to the vehicle to catch sleepers ?
I draw your attention the link below - I look forward (with eyes wide open) to your reply
Gerald Kenneth Jones
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Dear Gerald Kenneth Jones
In response to your email our parking manager has confirmed;
Within the traffic order it stipulates – “No person shall use a parking
place or any part of a parking place or any vehicle left in a parking
place : for sleeping or camping proposes.
Each Penalty Charge notice issued can be appealed - we would review the
mitigating circumstances supplied by the owner / keeper of the vehicles
I can confirm we would not knock on the windows to review whether people
Parking places are designated for the purpose of parking, not to be used
for overnight camping or sleeping.
cid:image001.jpg@01D4C869.7501CAC0 The FOI Team
Council / Cyngor Sir Benfro
County Hall / Neuadd y Sir
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd
Tel / Ffon: 01437 77 6684
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