Traffic Penalty Charge Notices

Tony Hirst made this Freedom of Information request to Isle of Wight Council

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Dear Isle of Wight Council,

Please would you provide me with a copy of the dataset in electronic form relating to the raw data you have associated with the issue of Penalty Charge Notices for contraventions of regulations relating to Isle of Wight Council pay and display car parking areas, broken down if possible by car parking area, or taken over all council operated car parking areas otherwise for the financial years 2011-12 and 2012-13.

Please would you also provide me with information for the financial year 2012-13 breaking down payment data for tickets issued by the River Road Car Park, Yarmouth ticket machine relating to:

1) the number of tickets sold for each ticket duration;
2) the revenue obtained for each ticket duration;
3) if possible, a breakdown of the number of tickets purchased at the £1.90 rate where £2.00 was actually paid.

If possible, could you also provide me for the same period with raw and summary data relating to:

1) the number of Penalty Charge Notices issues for contravention of regulations associated with vehicles parked in the River Road Car Park, Yarmouth
2) the number of each type of contravention PCNs were issued against;
3) statistics relating to the time in minutes after the ticket expiry time at which PCNs were issued and, if possible, the duration of the tickets defaulted against to which PCNs were issued;
4) a breakdown of appeals made against PCNs issued relating to this car park by reason given, as well as outcome data for the different representation types (successful, not successful) and data relating to cancellations of PCNs (contravention type, reason for cancellation).
5) In respect of payments made against PCNs for this car park:
- percentage of payments made at the reduced rate
- percentage of payments made at the full rate
- percentage of payments made after a Charge Certificate is issued
- percentage of PCNs where informal representations are made
- percentage of PCNs where Formal Representations are made
- percentage of PCNs taken to Court Order

Yours faithfully,

Tony Hirst

Vrba, Helen, Isle of Wight Council

Dear Mr Hirst

 

Thank you for your request for information relating to the penalty charge
notices.  As required by law, the Council will respond to you as soon as
possible and no later than 20 working days after the receipt of your
request.

 

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Yours sincerely

Helen Vrba

 

 

Helen Vrba | Business Support Officer |  Recreation, Leisure and Public
Spaces | Isle of Wight Council | Enterprise House|Monks Brook| St Cross
Business Park| Newport | Isle of Wight PO30 5WB

01983-821000 ext 8733 | [1][email address] | [2]www.iwight.com

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Vrba, Helen, Isle of Wight Council

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Dear Mr Hirst

 

My reply to your request relating to car park and penalty charge notice
information is attached, together with PDF files containing raw data.

 

Regards

Helen

 

Helen Vrba | Business Support Officer |  Recreation, Leisure and Public
Spaces | Isle of Wight Council | Enterprise House|Monks Brook| St Cross
Business Park| Newport | Isle of Wight PO30 5WB

01983-821000 ext 8733 | [1][email address] | [2]www.iwight.com

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Dear Helen,

Thanks for your prompt reply - is there any chance you could let me have the data in a datafile format or as a dataset rather than in a PDF document in accordance with best practice for re-use (for example, https://www.gov.uk/service-manual/design... or as discussed in the draft guidance document that was published in December 2012 - http://data.gov.uk/consultation/code-of-... )?

For example, using one of the following file formats:
- CSV (comma separated variable)
- TSV (tab separated variable)
- Excel spreadsheet
- SQL database export

Yours sincerely,

Tony Hirst

Dear Helen,

Thanks for your prompt reply - is there any chance you could let me have the data in a datafile format or as a dataset rather than in a PDF document in accordance with best practice for re-use (for example, https://www.gov.uk/service-manual/design... or as discussed in the draft guidance document that was published in December 2012 - http://data.gov.uk/consultation/code-of-... )?

For example, using one of the following file formats:
- CSV (comma separated variable)
- TSV (tab separated variable)
- Excel spreadsheet
- SQL database export

Yours sincerely,

Tony Hirst

Vrba, Helen, Isle of Wight Council

Sorry, I no longer work on Frida and I am also not in the office on Monday 3 June.If your enquiry is urgent, please call 821000 ext 8733 and a colleague may be able to help. Otherwise, I'll reply to your email on Tuesday

Many thanks
Helen

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Vrba, Helen, Isle of Wight Council

Dear Tony

I have passed your request to my colleague in our parking operations department and asked him to present the information in this format.

I will be in touch when this has been done

Regards
Helen

Helen Vrba | Business Support Officer | Recreation, Leisure and Public Spaces | Isle of Wight Council | Enterprise House|Monks Brook| St Cross Business Park| Newport | Isle of Wight PO30 5WB
01983-821000 ext 8733 | [email address] | www.iwight.com
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Vrba, Helen, Isle of Wight Council

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Dear Tony

 

Attached are the files in the format you requested.  The same file
numbering applies as did to the PDFs

 

If you have any problems with these, could you please contact my colleague
John James - [1][email address]

 

Kind regards

Helen

 

Helen Vrba | Business Support Officer |  Recreation, Leisure and Public
Spaces | Isle of Wight Council | Enterprise House|Monks Brook| St Cross
Business Park| Newport | Isle of Wight PO30 5WB

01983-821000 ext 8733 | [email address] | www.iwight.com

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From: Tony Hirst [mailto:[FOI #161949 email]]

Sent: 30 May 2013 17:11

To: Vrba, Helen

Subject: Re: Freedom of Information request iw13/5/34924

 

     Dear Helen,

    

     Thanks for your prompt reply - is there any chance you could let me

     have the data in a datafile format or as a dataset rather than in a

     PDF document in accordance with best practice for re-use (for

     example,

    
https://www.gov.uk/service-manual/design...

     or as discussed in the draft guidance document that was published

     in December 2012 - http://data.gov.uk/consultation/code-of-...

     )?

    

     For example, using one of the following file formats:

     - CSV (comma separated variable)

     - TSV (tab separated variable)

     - Excel spreadsheet

     - SQL database export

    

     Yours sincerely,

    

     Tony Hirst

    

    

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