Penalty Charge Notices

If you receive a penalty charge notice - please do not ignore it

 

How to pay

*Online: online payment form (Please have your debit card details to hand.)

By Telephone: debit card payments only. Telephone 01264 368000 between 8.30am and 4.30pm, Monday – Friday (excluding bank holidays)

By Post: Using the payment slip on the PCN to; Customer Services,Test Valley Borough Council, Beech Hurst, Weyhill Road, Andover, Hants SP10 3AJ.

In Person: You may pay in person at the Council Offices, Beech Hurst, Andover or Church Street, Romsey between 9.30am and 4.30pm Monday or 9.00am and 4.30pm Tuesday to Thursday and 9.00am and 4.00pm on Friday (excl. Bank Holidays)

How to Appeal

If you believe that the penalty should not be paid and wish to challenge the PCN, please complete the online form below

How to Appeal - Online Form

If you would like to speak to someone about your penalty charge notice, telephone the Car Parking Team on 01264 368000

Or write to: Senior Parking Enforcement Officer
Planning Policy and Transport Service
Beech Hurst
Weyhill Road
Andover
Hants
SP10 3AJ.

Please quote the PCN Number, the vehicle registration and your address in all contacts.

Details of the Council’s policy and approach to Challenges can be found below - all cases will be considered on their individual circumstances.

If you challenge the PCN within 14 days and the challenge is rejected, the Council will generally extend the Period within which the reduced penalty charge may be paid.

If the charge is not paid or challenged

If the penalty charge is not paid on or before the end of the 28-day period as specified on the front of the notice or successfully challenged, the Council may serve a Notice to Owner (NtO) on the owner of the vehicle requiring payment of the penalty charge. The owner can then make representations to the Council and may appeal to an independent adjudicator if those representations are rejected. The NtO will contain instructions for doing this. If you challenge a PCN but the Council issues an NtO anyway, the owner must follow the instructions on the NtO.

Further information about Civil Parking Enforcement (including PCNs and NtOs) is available online at www.trafficpenaltytribunal.gov.uk/ and www.patrol-uk.info/ or in a leaflet available from the Council.

The council is a member of the Parking and Traffic Regulations Outside London (PATROL) Adjudication Joint Committee. The Joint Committee publishes an Annual Statement of Accounts which is subject to External Audit and the arrangements for 2010/11 can be found at www.patrol-uk.info/site/scripts/documents_info.php?documentID=34&pageID=69