Independent parking adjudicator
If we reject your formal representation and you still disagree with the decision then you can appeal to the Traffic Penalty Tribunal.
The Traffic Penalty Tribunal will provide an independent adjudicator to review your case. Their decision will then be binding on both sides.
When we reject your formal representation, along with the letter informing you of this, you will receive details on how to appeal to an independent adjudicator.
You cannot appeal to the Traffic Penalty Tribunal until we have told you that your representation has been rejected and you have received a letter advising of this. You have a limited time to submit your appeal. This is 28 days from receiving the Notice of Rejection of Representations.
The services of the Traffic Penalty Tribunal are free to the person appealing. You may choose whether to have your appeal dealt with by post, in person or via the phone.
The adjudicator's decision is final and binding on both you and us. This is the last chance to appeal the parking ticket.
It's important to note that you have to go through each stage of the challenge process before going to the independent adjudicator. You cannot miss out a stage. If you try to do this, the Traffic Penalty Tribunal will refer the matter back to us. You can appeal to the Traffic Penalty Tribunal service by visiting their website.