Appeal to a parking adjudicator against a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN)

You can make an appeal to an independent Parking Adjudicator at the London Tribunals/Environment and Traffic Adjudicators (ETA), if your formal representation against a PCN is rejected.

Things to consider

By law the Adjudicator can only consider appeals made on the representation grounds listed.

For legal reasons, it is not possible to appeal to the Parking Adjudicator unless the owner of the vehicle first makes a formal representation to us.

Appeals can be decided either in person or by post, depending on your preference. Appeals in person are arranged by London Tribunals/Environment and Traffic Adjudicators (ETA).

Further action

If you are not satisfied with a decision made by the London Tribunals/Environment and Traffic Adjudicators (ETA), you should not use our complaints procedure. The only recourse you have following a London Tribunals/Environment and Traffic Adjudicators (ETA) decision is to take legal action and challenge their decision through the High Court.

If you decide to take this course of action, you are strongly advised to seek legal counsel before doing so as the cost involved is high.

Updated: 9 February 2017