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Basingstoke Annual parking report 2008_9

Basingstoke Annual parking report 2008_9

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PARKING MANAGEMENT AND ENFORCEMENT ANNUAL PARKING REPORT 2008-2009 (1 April 2008 to 31 March 2009)

Contents Page No 1. Introduction 2. Scope of the Council's Parking Service 3. Work and Responsibilities of the Parking Control Team 4. Parking Enforcement 5. Borough Council Car Parks 6. The Introduction of Differential Parking Penalties 7. The Penalty Charge Notice Process and Statistical Information 8. Parking Income and Expenditure 9. Service Standards and Customer Information 3 5 7 10 12 15 1
PARKING MANAGEMENT AND ENFORCEMENT ANNUAL PARKING REPORT 2008-2009 (1 April 2008 to 31 March 2009)

Contents Page No 1. Introduction 2. Scope of the Council's Parking Service 3. Work and Responsibilities of the Parking Control Team 4. Parking Enforcement 5. Borough Council Car Parks 6. The Introduction of Differential Parking Penalties 7. The Penalty Charge Notice Process and Statistical Information 8. Parking Income and Expenditure 9. Service Standards and Customer Information 3 5 7 10 12 15 1

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PARKING MANAGEMENT AND ENFORCEMENTANNUAL PARKING REPORT 2008-2009(1 April 2008 to 31 March 2009)
 
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1.Introduction32.Scope of the Council's Parking Service53.Work and Responsibilities of the Parking Control Team74.Parking Enforcement105.Borough Council Car Parks126.The Introduction of Differential Parking Penalties157.The Penalty Charge Notice Process and StatisticalInformation168.Parking Income and Expenditure199.Service Standards and Customer Information20Appendices1.List of Parking Control Schemes Implemented222.Town Centre Car Park Information233.Car Park Charges244.Pay-By-Phone Data265.Number of Penalty Charge Notices Issued per ParkingContravention276.Number of Penalty Charge Notices Issued per Location287.Number of Penalty Charge Notices Cancelled or Written-Off per Reason34ContentsPage No
 
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1Introduction
1.1Overview
The Department for Transport guidance issued under the Traffic ManagementAct 2004 requires that enforcement authorities produce an annual report ontheir parking enforcement activities.This is the first such report produced by the council. It covers the period from 1April 2008 to 31 March 2009 and includes all relevant enforcement activitiesand information for this period.The council commenced parking enforcement in October 2002 under theRoad Traffic Act 1991 and regulations made under it. This was referred to asDecriminalised Parking Enforcement. At this time the whole of the Boroughwas designated a Special Parking/Permitted Parking Area.On 31 March 2008 the Road Traffic Act 1991 was replaced by Part 6 of theTraffic Management Act 2004, and the regulations made under it, providing asingle framework in England for the civil enforcement of parking.
1.2Changes brought about by Part 6 of the Traffic Management Act 2004
The most significant changes to parking enforcement within the Borough,brought about by the Traffic Management Act 2004 were:Presentational
Decriminalised Parking Enforcement was renamed CivilParking Enforcement.
Parking Attendants were renamed Civil Enforcement Officers.
Special Parking Areas/Permitted Parking Areas wererenamed Civil Enforcement Areas.New Powers and Changes to Regulations
The introduction of different parking penalties depending on theseriousness of the contravention (this is explained further at Section 6).
The details of procedures for representations and appealsneeded to be included on penalty charge notices.
The power was introduced to serve a penalty charge notice by post,in instances where the enforcement officer had started to prepare a noticebut the vehicle is driven away before it can be served.
The power was introduced to serve a penalty charge notice bypost, in instances where the enforcement officer is prevented fromserving the notice by a motorist.
A 6 month time limit was placed on the authority to issue a Notice toOwner (a notice that is served on the person believed to be the owner of avehicle when the penalty notice remains unpaid).

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