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Parking enforcement

Anyone who drives in Hull knows the problems caused by an irresponsible motorist parking in the wrong place. Parking enforcement enables us to manage parking in Hull and keep traffic on the move.

Penalty charge notices (parking tickets)

Penalty charge notices (PCN), or parking tickets, are issued by parking enforcement officers (CEOs). They are issued when a motorist has ignored parking restrictions or parked inappropriately.

Find out more about penalty charge notices

You can also receive a PCN if you block or partly block a pedestrian dropped kerb crossing with a vehicle.

Find out about pedestrian dropped kerb crossing enforcement

The police issue parking tickets, known as a fixed penalty notices (FPN) for -

  • temporary waiting restrictions (shown by kerbside waiting restriction cones)

  • obstruction

  • obstructing a dropped kerb

If you receive a FPT, you should consult the ticket for advice on how to appeal and make payment.

Benefits of civil parking enforcement

Enforcement of parking regulations in Hull encourages correct, sensible and safe parking which in turn -

  • reduces congestion on the roads
  • helps emergency services to cross the city
  • makes it safer for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians
  • enables buses to operate more effectively
  • make parking bays more accessible by ensuring  time limits on the length of stay are observed
  • improves air quality, health and the general environment
  • keeps traffic moving

Contact us

CPE Hull
PO Box 474
Hull
HU9 9ES

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