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Kingston

upon  

Hull
City
Council
2009
 
Annual
Including statistical information for the financial years Parking
2007 / 2008 and 2008 / 2009
Enforcement
Report 
Contents

Section 1 – General Page 3


Section 2 – The Background Information Page 5
Section 3 – Getting a Penalty Charge Notice Page 9
Section 4 – What will CPE do? Page 11
Section 5 – Reporting Problems Page 14
Section 6 – Statistical Information Page 16
Section 7 – Financial Information Page 24

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Section 1 - General
Anyone who drives in Hull knows of the problems caused by one irresponsible
motorist parking in the wrong place. The majority of motorists use the city’s car
parks and parking spaces correctly, but a vehicle parked incorrectly on a street or
even a bus lane can not only be dangerous but cause delays, queuing and
inconvenience for other road users. Parking in the city needs to be managed to
make sure Hull keeps on the move.

That is why Hull City Council took over the enforcement of parking regulations on
10th July, 2006.

This means no difference for those who park responsibly but has resulted in a
more effective action on inappropriate parking.

The aim of these pages is to explain how the arrangements for parking
enforcement work and how it benefits everyone.

What’s happening?

Government legislation allows local councils to take over parking enforcement


from the Police. Under Civil Parking Enforcement (CPE), councils are
responsible for the level and degree of enforcement.

Hull Council has created what is known as a Special Parking Area in Hull. This
means taking over enforcement responsibility from the county’s Police Force and
its Traffic Wardens throughout the city. This has the support of Humberside
Police.

What's the difference between Traffic Wardens and Civil


Enforcement Officer?

Both are uniformed personnel patrolling on the streets. Traffic Wardens could
enforce parking offences and some moving traffic offences, such as driving the
wrong way in a one-way street, as well as being able to direct traffic. Civil
Enforcement Officers are only able to enforce contraventions of the parking
regulations.

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Why Civil Parking Enforcement?

CPE will allow us to match enforcement to our wider transport strategy for Hull.
This will mean:

• less blocking of bus lanes and major traffic routes by incorrectly parked
vehicles

• reduction in parking by non-permit holders in residents’ parking bays

• improved compliance with parking restrictions

• better traffic management and increased demand for Park and Ride

It will:

• encourage correct, sensible and safe parking in Hull

• reduce congestion on the roads

• help the emergency services to cross the city

• make it safer for drivers and pedestrians

• enable buses to operate more punctually

• improve air quality, health and the general environment

• keep Hull moving

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Section 2 – The Background Information

What’s CPE all about?


In the past the Police were responsible for enforcing parking restrictions.
Although police officers did take action to enforce parking controls, Traffic
Wardens generally enforced parking restrictions in Hull.
Under CPE, the Government has decriminalise parking offences, along with
other authorities who have taken on CPE responsibility it is now in Hull a civil
rather than criminal matter. Responsibility for enforcing parking controls has
passed to the City Council. The City Council has agreed to work in partnership
with Vinci Park to deliver parking enforcement in the city.

Why did you introduce CPE?


Parking in Hull needs to be managed to make sure Hull keeps on the move. CPE
enables the council to target key commuter routes and known problem areas to:

• reduce congestion

• help the emergency services to cross the city

• make it safer for drivers and pedestrians

• enable buses to operate more effectively

• improve air quality, health and the general environment

• encourage correct, sensible and safe parking in Hull.

Will Parking Regulations be changing under CPE?


No, the regulations are remaining the same, the only change is in who enforces
them.

Where did you introduce CPE?


CPE operates within a ‘Special Parking Area’ (SPA). In Hull, this covers all of the
city.

What are the benefits of CPE?


Local parking enforcement will keep Hull moving, reduce dangerous and
inconsiderate parking, discourage parking in bus lanes, assist loading and

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unloading, improve conditions in resident parking areas and reduce abuse of
blue badge holders parking bays.

What is the role of the City Council – who’s doing what?


The City Council has applied for, and been given the powers to undertake CPE.
The City Council will undertake enforcement using a private contractor (Vinci
Park) to provide civil enforcement officers. Following guidelines issued by the
Council, civil enforcement officers will be responsible for issuing Penalty Charge
Notices (PCN), more commonly know as parking tickets, to people who ignore
parking restrictions and park inappropriately. The City Councils own team of
arbitors will deal with all informal and formal appeals arising from the issuing of a
PCN. If a motorist is not satisfied with the outcome of an appeal to the Council’s
arbitors they can call on the services of the Traffic Penalty Tribunal for an
impartial review.

Civil Enforcement Officers issue regulation 9 penalty charge notices and in the
very near future regulation 10 penalty charge notices, (these are notices served
via the post when a motorist drives away before the civil enforcement officer is
able to attach a notice to the vehicle) under the direction of the authorities
Parking Management Team who in turn act as arbiters in regards to the issue
and appeal of all PCN’s issued.

Under which legislation do you operate?


As an operating DPE authority the city migrated to Civil Parking Enforcement
(CPE) on 31 March 2008 when the revised legislation under Part 6 of the 2004
Traffic Management Act (TMA) came into force

Under the CPE legislation Hull designated the entirety of the city within its
boundary as a Special Parking Area (SPA) due to the geography of the city and
nature of the area being entirely urbane. As a result the SPA covers 2987
streets, eight off street car parks, three multi storey car parks and fifteen
Controlled Parking Zones.

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How are the teams made up?
In order to adequately undertake the CPE role and minimise the potential impact
inappropriate parking has on the city’s highway network, on and off street
enforcement of contravention of parking regulations are undertaken by a private
contractor (currently Vinci Park Services UK Ltd) who in turn are managed by the
authorities Parking Enforcement Department.

The Parking officers form part of the Highway Network Management team that
have overall responsibility for TMA, traffic signals, lines, signs ,TROs, highway
maintenance, and control of third party works on network and as such is ideally
placed in order to adequately control all issues both internal to the authority and
external that affects Civil Parking Enforcement function.

The Parking management team consists of a senior parking officer and


6 arbiters who cover:
• Management of Vinci Park contract,
• Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) Challenges,
• Representations and appeals including appeals to the National Parking
Adjudication Service (NPAS), now known as the Traffic Penalty Tribunal.
• Distress Warrants for non payment via Northampton County Court Traffic
Enforcement Centre (TEC),
• IT Management System (Chipside Case Manager)
• ‘On Street’ parking spaces
• Council run ‘Off Street’ parking

In order to adequately cover the city’s enforcement needs the enforcement


contractor operates with:-

• Contract manager

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• 2 Senior Supervisors
• 4 supervisors
• 19 Civil Enforcement Officers (6 of which can be mobile through the use of
motorbikes)

The contractor currently operates 3 shifts per day, and routinely patrols from
07:00 hrs to 22:00 hrs, however 24hour enforcement is possible when required
under the current contract in order to adequately manage special events such as
Hull Fair, Christmas lights, fireworks and various sporting events etc.

How often are the streets patrolled?


All streets in the SPA are enforced on at least once per month, as an absolute
minimum, however the majority of streets in particular those that fall within the
city centre meter zone and important traffic routes are enforced weekly

Parking outside our 72 Primary schools are enforced on a regular basis through
the use of the mobile CEO’s ,

Blue badge enforcement (in conjunction with Humberside police and disabled
focus groups) is also undertaken on a regular basis.

Is CPE linked to any other Council policies?


CPE is also linked into the authorities (Local Transport Plan) LTP and influences
the desired modal shift from private car use to more sustainable transport
solutions, in addition the on and off street parking tariffs have been calculated
with reference to local bus fares and have been set out in a policy statement that
has been endorsed by cabinet.

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Section 3 – Getting a Penalty Charge Notice

How will the Civil Enforcement Officers differ from Traffic


Wardens?
Civil Enforcement Officers may look similar to Traffic Wardens but they will be
employed by Vinci Park, rather than the police. Civil Enforcement Officers will
issue a different type of parking ticket called a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN)
rather than the Fixed Penalty Notices issued by Traffic Wardens. Civil
Enforcement Officers will only be able to enforce parking restrictions.

Will the police be responsible for any parking enforcement?


The enforcement of moving vehicle offences and those Parking offences that
carry penalty points will remain the responsibility of the police. In addition they
will continue to issue parking tickets for:

• temporary waiting restrictions (shown by kerb side waiting restriction


cones)

• obstruction

and will take action against any vehicle where security or other traffic policing
issues are involved.

How much will a Penalty Charge Notice cost?


For all contraventions both on street and in a car park they are two bands of
penalty charge: Lower band of £50 and a higher band of £70, which are reduced
by 50% if the penalty notice is paid within 14 days of issue. If the payment is not
made or no response is made to reminders, then the charge will increase by
50%.

Who is responsible for paying the penalty charge notice?


Legally the owner / keeper of the vehicle is responsible and they will be pursued
in any further action.

How and where can I pay a penalty charge notice?


Details of how to pay and what to do next will be shown on the penalty charge
notice. You can pay through the post by sending a cheque or postal order to the

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address shown on the penalty charge notice. You can also pay in person, by
telephone or online. Full details are on the rear of the penalty charge notice.

What happens if I dispute a penalty charge notice?


You should not ignore a penalty charge notice placed on the vehicle as the
charge is only discounted for 14 days. Instructions on what to do will be shown
on the penalty charge notice. If you wish to dispute the issuing of the penalty
charge notice, you should write to the address given on the rear of the penalty
charge notice explaining your reasons for dispute. Further information and an
appeal form are available on the Councils web site.
The City Council will consider your grounds for dispute and will write to let you
know whether the penalty charge notice stands or has been withdrawn. If you do
not agree with the Council’s decision you may appeal to the Traffic Penalty
Tribunal. The Traffic Penalty Tribunal is a totally independent appeal service and
is free to motorists. All Traffic Penalty Tribunal appeals are dealt with by
experienced lawyers. Details of how to contact the Traffic Penalty Tribunal will be
provided on your decision letter.

Will the issuing of penalty charge notices be down to the


discretion of Civil Enforcement officer?
All Civil Enforcement Officers will receive full training and will be required to
follow the enforcement guidelines issued by the City Council.

How many Penalty Charge Notices will be issued each month


and will Civil Enforcement Officer have targets?
There is no set target for the number of penalty charge notices to be issued.
They will be issued as and when required. Civil Enforcement Officers will not
have targets and will not be paid any bonuses for issuing a higher number of
penalty charge notices.

Is this just a money-spinner for the Council?


It is a requirement of Central Government that CPE must be a self-financing
scheme. After the costs of enforcement have been paid, we will continue to
invest any surplus funds into improving parking within the Hull area.

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Section 4 – What will CPE do?

Will vehicles that are parked irresponsibly be clamped or towed


away?
There is no intention at the moment to introduce tow away or clamping. However,
the police still have powers to remove a vehicle under certain conditions.

Will CPE make parking easier?


It will improve parking by ensuring that parking bays are not abused and that any
time limits on the length of stay are observed. This will give more opportunities
for parking as more spaces are available. Ensuring that inappropriate parking
does not block roads and cause congestion will make it easier for everyone to
reach car parks and parking bays.

Do you expect more people to use car parks?


It is expected that improved parking enforcement will encourage more drivers to
use car parks or pay and display parking on street.

Will there be any increase in the number of blue badge holder


parking bays?
There are no plans to increase the number of blue badge holder parking bays at
this point in time. The provision of blue badge holder parking is reviewed
whenever changes are made to parking controls in the city. The blue badge
holder parking spaces that currently exist will be more effectively monitored and
enforced to ensure that only blue badge holders use them.

Will this stop any abuse of Blue Badges?


Civil Enforcement Officers can report incidents back to the Council for further
action if they believe a blue badge is being used inappropriately. If you feel there
is a persistent misuse of a blue badge you too can report it to Social Services.
However, Civil Enforcement Officers can issue penalty charge notice to any
vehicles parked inappropriately in blue badge holder parking bays.

Will residential areas have an expectation of more robust


enforcement?
Residents' parking schemes will be enforced to a level designed to minimise

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inappropriate parking. Enforcement levels will be reviewed and adjusted
periodically.

How will it affect Residents’ Permit Holders?


Residents' permit parking will be better enforced; this should ensure that permit
holders have more opportunities to find a parking space.

How will it affect businesses if passers by can’t stop to make a


quick purchase?
Our primary aim is to keep traffic moving and avoid parking that causes
unnecessary congestion and delay. Parking spaces are provided near
businesses where practical. If parking restrictions are considered to be too
onerous they can be reviewed.

What happens if a person parks in a restricted area to grab fast


food or a video?
They risk receiving a penalty charge notice. Buying takeaway food or selecting a
video is not a legitimate reason to park on yellow lines. Some sections of the
main road network in Hull have peak period clearways that prohibit drivers from
stopping, except to allow passengers to get into and out of vehicles. If a driver
parks on these sections of road during the peak periods they also risk receiving a
penalty charge notice.

How will this affect the control of parking near football grounds
on match days?
All normal parking restrictions apply during football matches and will be enforced
by the Civil Enforcement Officers. Any special parking arrangements for football
matches will continue to be managed and enforced by the police.

How will this help avoid footways being blocked by parked


vehicles that cause problems for those with disabilities, the
elderly and parents with prams and buggies?
Under CPE, vehicles parked inconsiderately on footways alongside roads with
yellow lines will be issued a penalty charge notice. Keeping footways clear where
there are no parking restrictions will remain the responsibility of the police.

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The introduction of regulation 86 of TMA 2004 part 6 ‘dropped kerbs’ which the
authority is introducing on a phased approach starting with pedestrian crossings
will also help to reduce motorists inconsiderate parking hindering pedestrians.

Are there any plans to review the parking restrictions?

As the authority have now been operating under DPE / CPE for three years and
have seen an increase in compliance along with the introduction of additional
restrictions and controlled parking measures it is planned to undertake an overall
review of the service currently provided, with particular emphasis being placed on
Frequency of Patrols, charging levels, Suitability of on street restrictions and
permit provision in CPZs and their management.

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Section 5 – Reporting Problems

How do I report damaged or missing parking restriction signs or


road markings?
If you think a sign or marking is missing or needs attention please contact the
Council on (01482) 300300 who will investigate what needs to be done to repair
or replace the sign or marking.

How do I report a parking problem or request enforcement in my


area?
Please contact the Council on (01482) 300300 who will investigate your concerns
and take appropriate action.

Can I get a permit to park on yellow lines whilst carrying out


building works etc?
In certain circumstances a waiver can be issued for specified day/s or time/s to
allow for certain activities such as building works or removals etc. Please contact
the Parking Department, 1st Floor Kingston House, Bond Street, Hull.

How will it be paid for?


Income from penalty charge notices will finance the scheme but Civil
Enforcement Officers will not receive bonuses or incentives for the number of
penalty charge notices they issue

Under CPE any surplus will be spent on such things as:

• Maintenance of car parks

• Provision of new car parks and parking spaces

• Maintenance of ‘on street’ parking

How will it work?


Our strategy is to keep Hull moving by targeting key commuter routes,
particularly during the peak periods and tackling known problem areas. The City
Council has appointed a contractor to provide a team of Civil Enforcement
Officers to replace the Traffic Wardens. The Civil Enforcement Officers have
been issued with clear guidelines setting out what is and is not allowed. Civil

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Enforcement Officers have responsibility for issuing Penalty Charge Notices
(parking tickets) to people who ignore parking restrictions and park
inappropriately. Parking restrictions will not change as a result of CPE, although
it is expected that they will be more effectively enforced.

How will the penalties be dealt with?


Penalty charges are £50 for a lower band contravention and £70 for a higher
band contravention with a 50% discount for early payment. There is a range of
easy ways to pay penalty charges, including over-the-counter facilities. Unpaid
penalty charges are a civil debt recoverable in the same ways as any other such
debt. An appeals system is available to anyone who wants to challenge the
charge they have received. This includes a right of appeal to an independent
adjudicator.

Is there anywhere else I can get information on parking issues


and parking enforcement?
Access to all information relating to the parking Service provided by the authority
is available on the councils web site or access through the authorities call centre,
this is to be further developed in 2009/10 when access to services such as the
issue and renewal of passes / permits will be accessible via the authorities 9
customer service centres. Also for an independent view of parking enforcement
you can visit the Traffic Penalty Tribunal website at www.patrol-uk.info.

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Section 6 – Statistical Information

Number of street within SPA 2987


Average time to patrol a street 12 mins
Average time to patrol all street in SPA 498 hours

2007/08 2008/09
Number of streets patrolled 206365 194595
Total hours foot patrolling 37447 38360
69 65
Each street was patrolled on average per year times times

Appeals handled by TPT 2007/08 2008/09


Appeals Received 187 85
Rate of appeal per PCN 0.64% 0.34%
Not Contested by council 62 32
Allowed by Adjudicator 67 30
Total allowed including not contested by council 129 62
Refused by Adjudicator incl. out of time and withdrawn by appellant
58 21
Awaiting decision Incl. other decided 0 2

Documents sent out by the Council


Notice to Owners sent out 8629 5835
Charge Certificates sent out 4860 3123
Pre debt letters sent out 4247 2810
Other letters sent out 2004 897
Total incoming correspondence 11600 8442
Total correspondence handled by team 40720 28954

Warrant requests sent to court 3701 3316


Warrants Granted by court 3199 1705

Currently the authority is not issuing PCNs under Regulation 10 however it is


expected that this will be introduced prior to the 2010 /11 financial year.

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2007/08 2008/09
Total number of PCNs issued 29415 24722
Made up as follows
On Street Higher (CPE £70) 113 8547
On Street Lower (CPE £50) 38 14546
Off Street Higher (CPE £70) 1 41
Off Street Lower (CPE £50) 5 1588
On Street (DPE £60) 26771 N/A
Off Street (DPE £60) 2487 N/A

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Payments (No. of PCNs Paid) 2007/08 2008/09
Paid at the discounted rate (Full Charge less 50%) 18647 12966
Paid at the full charge 3415 2484
Paid after the issue of a Charge Certificate (Full Charge + 50%) 949 610
Paid after the serving of a warrant Full Charge + 50% + £5 929 575

Payments Received 2007-08


4% 4%
Paid at the discounted
14% rate
Paid at the full charge

Paid after the issue of a


Charge Certificate
Paid after the serving of
a warrant

78%

Payments Received 2008-09


4% 3%
Paid at the discounted
15% rate
Paid at the full charge

Paid after the issue of a


Charge Certificate
Paid after the serving of
a warrant

78%

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Appeals handled by the Council 2007/08 2008/09
Appeals received in total 5492 4446
Made up as follows
Challenge (informal) 4812 3876
Representation (formal) 680 570
Challenges accepted 1682 2344
Challenges rejected 3130 1532
Representations accepted 195 243
Representations rejected 485 327

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Local Authority Civil Parking Enforcement 2009 –
Returns to the Department for Transport
Position as at 01 October 2009

Section 1
Penalty Charge Notices ISSUED
For the period 1st April 2008 - 31st March
For the period 1st April 2007 - 31st March 2008 2009
On-street Off-street Total On-street Off-street Total

1a Number of Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) issued for


higher-level parking contraventions? 26874 2503 29377 8547 41 8588

1b Number of PCNs issued for lower-level parking


contraventions? 0 0 0 14532 1588 16120

1c Total number of PCNs issued? 26874 2503 29377 23079 1629 24708

1d Number of PCNs paid in full at the discount rate? (50%


of full rate.) 16411 1651 18062 11813 969 12782

1e
Number of PCNs paid in full at non-discount rates? 4567 325 4892 2755 165 2920

1f Total number of PCNs paid? 20978 1976 22954 14568 1134 15702

1g Total number of PCNs unpaid? 47852 4479 52331 37647 2763 40410

1h
How many applications were made to register road
traffic debts at the Traffic Enforcement Centre? 3638 155 3793 2675 89 2764
Local Authority Civil Parking Enforcement 2009
Position as at 01 October 2009

Section 2
Penalty Charge Notices CANCELLED
For the period 1st April 2007 - 31st March For the period 1st April 2008 - 31st March
2008 2009
On-
street Off-street Total On-street Off-street Total

Number of challenges pre and post NTO stage

2a How many PCNs issued by CEOs were the subject of


challenges for statutory and non-statutory reasons (pre
and post-NTO)? 5732 830 6562 4469 486 4955

2b
How many PCNs issued using evidence from
approved devices were the subject of challenges for
statutory and other reasons (pre and post-NTO)? 0 0 0 0 0 0

2c Total number of PCNs Challenged at pre and post


NTO stage 5732 830 6562 4469 486 4955
Decisions and actions further to a pre or post NTO
challenge

2d

As a result of these challenges, pre and post NTO


referred to in 2c), how many PCNs, which were 'in the
opinion of the Local Authority correctly issued', were
cancelled or waived, through the use of discretion on
mitigating circumstances or due to evidence being
supplied, such as proof of loading or breakdown, etc. 822 63 885 2791 181 2972

2e

As a result of these challenges, pre and post NTO


referred to in 2c), how many PCNs, which were
subsequently found in the opinion of the local
authority, to be incorrectly issued, were cancelled for
statutory reasons? i.e. wrong location, incorrect or
missing signage or lines, TMO inaccuracy, etc. 577 90 667 1180 158 1338

2f Total number of pre and post challenges cancelled,


waived following a pre or post NTO challenge
against a PCN 1399 153 1552 3971 339 4310

2g How many of these challenges (2c) resulted in cases


going for adjudication? 187 0 187 83 2 85

How many PCNs were written off due to admin error,


motorist untraceable or debt deemed to be
uncollectable, i.e. out of jurisdiction. These PCNs
2h would not normally have been counted in 2d) or 2e). 665 55 720 518 12 530
Local Authority Civil Parking Enforcement 2009
Position as at 01 October 2009

Section 3
Immobilisation/removal of vehicles before action following a warrant of execution
For the period 1st April 2007 - 31st For the period 1st April 2008 - 31st
March 2008 March 2009
On- Off- On- Off-
street street Total street street Total

3a Does your authority use immobilisation or removal of


vehicles? No No No No

3b How many vehicles were immobilised (i.e.


wheelclamped)? 0 0 0 0 0 0

3c How many vehicles were removed? 0 0 0 0 0 0

Greyed out boxes are automatic totals and respondents are not able to edit these.
Section 7 – Financial Information
This section details the total income and expenditure on the parking account and includes the
corporate costs associated with the provision of the Parking Service

In 2008/09 the authority recorded a surplus income which has in turn funded the following
CPE / Parking / Transportation related services.

Car Park Income CPE 2008/09

Total Surplus £1,307,433.66

Road Marking £47,577.00


Traffic Signs £7,311.00
Pedestrian Barriers £19,719.00
Bus Shelters £38,253.00
Travel Awareness £3,797.00
Specialist Surfaces (anti skid
surfacing) £49,854.00
Route Support £465,372.00

Highway improvement schemes

Stoneferry Rd / Leads Rd
roundabout improvement works £108,263.00
Great Union St c'way plane &
resurface £149,726.00
Tilbury Rd c'way plane & resurface £83,870.00
Oak Rd c'way plane & resurface £49,015.00
Surface Dressing (Contribution) £234,165.00

Total £1,256,922.00
Balance £50,511.66

City Wide TRO Review planned for 2009 /10 including introduction of Parkmap TRO
management system (Budget Est 50K)

The planned city wide TRO review includes for the establishment of an IT map based system
which will allow for central management of all TRO’s and potential for web access to the data
for both the public, external bodies and adjudicators
2008/09
* Civil Parking Enforcement includes On Street Parking Charges and Fines Civil Car Parks Reconiliation Full Year Full Year
Cost Full Year Full Year Parking General Variance Variance
Centre Narrative Sub Sub Narrative Budget Actual Enforcement * (P - O) %
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 0001 Pay - Basic 364,990 339,579.63 84,840.55 254,739.08 339,579.63 -25,410 -6.96%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 0002 Pay - Overtime 62,770 98,595.02 749.85 97,845.17 98,595.02 35,825 57.07%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 0008 Pay - Employers National Insurance 34,660 30,606.90 3,306.67 27,300.23 30,606.90 -4,053 -11.69%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 0009 Pay - Employers Superannuation 105,730 146,979.18 11,942.47 135,036.71 146,979.18 41,249 39.01%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 0070 Agency Staff 0 119,421.40 119,421.40 0.00 119,421.40 119,421 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 0076 Severance Payments 0 52,968.38 0.00 52,968.38 52,968.38 52,968 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 0093 Added Years Superannuation Costs 4,060 3,236.79 0.00 3,236.79 3,236.79 -823 -20.28%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 0130 Employee Related Pay Schemes 13,080 3,416.63 207.80 3,208.83 3,416.63 -9,663 -73.88%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 0350 Employee Related Insurance 3,200 174.43 0.00 174.43 174.43 -3,026 -94.55%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 0972 Repairs, Alterations & Maintenance of Buildings 97,520 36,912.45 20,595.19 16,317.26 36,912.45 -60,608 -62.15%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 1000 Electricity 41,920 62,156.48 0.00 62,156.48 62,156.48 20,236 48.27%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 1160 National Non Domestic Rates & Council Tax 254,170 121,649.08 0.00 121,649.08 121,649.08 -132,521 -52.14%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 1180 Business Improvement District Levy 0 2,658.28 0.00 2,658.28 2,658.28 2,658 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 1200 Water Services 2,130 2,589.60 0.00 2,589.60 2,589.60 460 21.58%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 1352 Alarms, Systems & Security 36,900 16,256.04 0.00 16,256.04 16,256.04 -20,644 -55.95%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 1390 Contract Cleaning & Refuse Services 3,580 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -3,580 -100.00%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 1475 Premises Insurance 8,300 5,173.22 0.00 5,173.22 5,173.22 -3,127 -37.67%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 1480 Contributions to Premises Related Provisions 0 4,590.52 0.00 4,590.52 4,590.52 4,591 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 1481 Grounds Maintenance Costs 15,870 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -15,870 -100.00%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 2600 Vehicle Allowances 2,900 1,371.91 555.16 816.75 1,371.91 -1,528 -52.69%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 2750 Equipment & Furniture 0 92,210.53 62,928.07 29,282.46 92,210.53 92,211 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 3000 Materials & Consumables -370 215.01 0.00 215.01 215.01 585 -158.11%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 3225 Books, Publications & Newspapers 0 2,764.97 1,125.00 1,639.97 2,764.97 2,765 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 3900 Clothes, Uniforms & Laundry 5,000 398.31 0.00 398.31 398.31 -4,602 -92.03%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 4000 Stationery 0 1,269.19 925.00 344.19 1,269.19 1,269 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 4020 Printing & Photocopying 6,260 1,557.85 0.00 1,557.85 1,557.85 -4,702 -75.11%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 4150 Medical Fees 100 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -100 -100.00%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 4153 Professional/Consultants Fees 45,770 78,543.16 71,071.97 7,471.19 78,543.16 32,773 71.60%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 4331 Parking Wardens 665,870 533,154.88 533,154.88 0.00 533,154.88 -132,715 -19.93%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 4460 Postal Charges 0 1,355.35 1,355.35 0.00 1,355.35 1,355 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 4662 Other Communication Equipment 2,340 2,834.01 0.00 2,834.01 2,834.01 494 21.11%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 4708 Computer Software & Consumables 0 4,516.52 3,620.00 896.52 4,516.52 4,517 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 4810 Officer Subsistence Payment 0 484.67 0.00 484.67 484.67 485 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 5000 Miscellaneous Insurance 810 282.20 0.00 282.20 282.20 -528 -65.16%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 5020 Advertising & Publicity (NOT RECRUITMENT) 3,360 679.31 0.00 679.31 679.31 -2,681 -79.78%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 5250 Internal Expenditure 48,000 64,840.44 37,157.82 27,682.62 64,840.44 16,840 35.08%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 5270 Contributions to Supplies & Service Related Provisions 0 12,471.67 0.00 12,471.67 12,471.67 12,472 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 7101 Sales of Products & Materials 0 -2.98 0.00 -2.98 -2.98 -3 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 7270 Fees & Charges for Services -895,070 -895,942.36 -893,060.00 -2,882.36 -895,942.36 -872 0.10%
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T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 7660 Parking Income -2,833,020 1,249,746.72 0.00 -1,249,746.72 -1,249,746.72 1,583,273 -55.89%
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T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 7660 Parking Income 0 1,421,496.86 -1,421,496.86 0.00 -1,421,496.86 -1,421,497 ****
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 7662 Parking Passes -843,880 -326,947.80 0.00 -326,947.80 -326,947.80 516,932 -61.26%
T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable 8278 Commercial Rents 0 -2,331.93 0.00 -2,331.93 -2,331.93 -2,332 ****
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T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable Total -2,743,050 2,050,554.64 -1,361,599.68 -688,954.96 -2,050,555 692,495 -25.25%

Non Controllable Costs


0050 NC FRS 17 Adjustment -70,374.46 -5,718.12 -64,656.34 -70,374.46
0051 NC Adjustment to Add -3,236.79 -263.00 -2,973.79 -3,236.79
0052 NC Adjustment to Str -65,021.58 -5,283.19 -59,738.39 -65,021.58
6130 NC Depreciation 5,200.00 0.00 5,200.00 5,200.00
6130 NC Depreciation 116,377.72 0.00 116,377.72 116,377.72
6131 NC Loss on Impairmen 7,843.00 0.00 7,843.00 7,843.00
6180 NC Self-Insurance Co -10,634.52 -10,634.52 -10,634.52
support service CSC 24,241.00 6,056.37 18,184.63 24,241.00
Corporate 3,624.00 905.42 2,718.58 3,624.00
Corporate Finance 14,881.00 3,717.87 11,163.13 14,881.00
Design Practice 8,137.00 0.00 8,137.00 8,137.00
Asset Management 4,257.00 0.00 4,257.00 4,257.00
Procurement 12,572.00 3,140.99 9,431.01 12,572.00
Employee Services 4,064.00 1,015.35 3,048.65 4,064.00
ICT & E Gov 2,459.00 614.36 1,844.64 2,459.00
Legal 1,222.00 305.30 916.70 1,222.00
Pooled accommodation 34,991.00 8,742.15 26,248.85 34,991.00
Property 9,508.00 2,375.48 7,132.52 9,508.00
Repairs & Mtce 12,450.00 3,110.51 9,339.49 12,450.00
Communications & Marketing 3,307.00 826.22 2,480.78 3,307.00
Corporate Strategy Team 3,222.00 804.98 2,417.02 3,222.00
Improvement 5,753.00 1,437.33 4,315.67 5,753.00
Strategy & partnerships Development 4,255.00 1,063.07 3,191.93 4,255.00
Workforce Strategy 7,323.00 1,829.58 5,493.42 7,323.00

Streetscene 118,017.00 29,485.36 88,531.64 118,017.00

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T4500 Car Parks - General Non-Allocable Total 1,796,118.27 -1,307,433.66 -488,684.61 -1,796,118.27