- Parking Enforcement, Fines and Penalty Charge Notices
Parking Enforcement, Fines and Penalty Charge Notices
Illegal or dangerous parking on the street (i.e. on double or single yellow lines) or in car parks can cause serious problems for all road users, including pedestrians.
The Council works with Nottinghamshire County Council to ensure people park safely throughout the Borough.
View Traffic Regulation Orders for Broxtowe. (Opens in a New Window)
Where drivers park in contravention of road restrictions, i.e. on double or single yellow lines etc. Nottinghamshire County Council can act by issuing a penalty charge notice.
If there are no restrictions in place, the Council cannot enforce parking issues. Under these circumstances please contact:
- The Police on 101 if the parking is extremely dangerous or obstructive.
- Nottinghamshire County Council on 0300 500 8080 if you would like them to consider putting in yellow lines or residents parking schemes on a certain street or area.
New Broxtowe Borough Council (Consolidated) Civil Enforcement Off-Street Parking Places Order 2020
On 31 January 2020 Broxtowe Borough Council made the above off-street parking order (the ‘Order’) covering off-street parking places contained within. The parking places schedule is included and forms an integral part of the Notice of Making.
The Order will come into effect on Monday 16 March 2020 (or as soon as possible thereafter). Please find below the formal Notice of Making of the Order and a copy of the sealed Order. The effect of the Order is the same as that published in the Notice of Proposal, with no amendments.
Notice Of Making (Opens in a New Window)
Broxtowe Borough Council (Consolidated) Civil Enforcement Off-Street Parking Places Order 2020(.pdf)(5MB) (Opens in a New Window)
Broxtowe Borough Council Notice of Parking Regulations 2022
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Broxtowe Borough Council in exercise of its powers under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and Regulations within the Local Authorities’ Traffic Orders (Procedure) (England and Wales) Regulations 1996. Make provision to comply with the new consolidated regulation amendments made by Government which affect the Broxtowe Borough Council (consolidated) Civil Enforcement Off-Street Parking Places Order 2020 from the 31 May 2022. Namely, the Civil Enforcement of Road Traffic Contraventions (Approved Devices, Charging Guidelines and General Provisions) (England) Regulations 2022 and the Civil Enforcement of Road Traffic Contraventions (Representations and Appeals) (England) Regulations 2022.
View Notice of Amendment to Parking Regulations document(.pdf)(104KB)
Parking Fines and Penalty Charge Notices
A parking ticket (known as a Penalty Charge Notice) will be issued for all contraventions and will be subjected to the national differential charging policy of £70 (£35 where paid within 14 days; £105 if paid after service of charge certificate) for high level contraventions or £50 (£25 where paid within 14 days; £75 if paid after service of charge certificate) for lower level contraventions. The money collected from penalty charge notices issued will pay to run the enforcement service.
Paying A Penalty Charge
If you wish to pay a penalty charge notice online you will need the Penalty Charge Notice number (i.e. XQ11223344) and your vehicle registration number then visit the Paying a Penalty Charge Notice page on Nottinghamshire County Council's website (Opens in a New Window) or to pay by telephone please ring 0345 5201357.
Challenge a Penalty Charge
If you think there are mitigating circumstances that caused you to receive a Penalty Charge Notice (or other representations you wish to make) you may make a written challenge/appeal. Please contact the Nottinghamshire County Council Parking Enforcement Information Team using the online Challenging a Penalty Charge Notice form (Opens in a New Window) or you can write to Central Processing Centre, PO BOX 10282, Nottingham, NG17 0DX (please include the penalty charge number, vehicle registration number; your name and your address in your letter so they can respond accordingly).
PLEASE NOTE: Once a challenge/appeal is received either on-line or by post the case will be frozen pending investigation. If you contacted us within the 14 day discount period and your challenge/appeal is rejected then the discount will normally be re-offered for 14 days from the date of the rejection.