Street Wardens are using body worn video (BWV) to aid in the prevention and detection of environmental crime & parking contraventions through gathering of intelligence including use of images and sound as evidence in criminal and or civil proceedings.
The fact sheet outlines policy information regarding the use of BWV by the Street Wardens. If you have any questions then direct them to the Head of Street Management on 01509 634905 or email at Cleaner.email@example.com.
- Fact Sheet Regarding Use of Body Worn Video (Word Document, 0.1 Mb)
Leicestershire County Council is responsible for the implementation and administration of all Residents' Parking Schemes in Leicestershire. As from 1st June 2010 permits are no longer available from Charnwood Borough Council and there is no Residents' Parking service from this office.
All applications for Residents' Parking permits, Visitor's permits and Changes of Vehicle need to be made to Leicestershire County Council by post, who aim to despatch the permits within 5 working days.
Use one of the links below to find out more:
- How to apply (please note there is no facility to do this on-line or face-to-face)
In the same way as any other illegal parking – by phoning the 08458 450 450 number
Parking tickets will be £60, reduced to £30 if paid within 14 days.
The charge could rise to £95 plus debt collection costs if payment is not made.
Visit the Council's website for details about paying your parking ticket and the appeals process for challenging your parking ticket.
Hopefully an improved amount of availability (but no additional spaces):
Better operation (enforcement) of designated badge-holder bays, and less illegal parking on double yellow lines should free-up the areas where badge holders can park.
Parking Attendants are able to issue PCNs to vehicles parked where a restriction applies to the stretch of road. (eg parked behind a double yellow line). Where there are no restrictions, we will refer these incidents to the police periodically. Police discretion will apply as to level of action.
8 am till 6 pm Monday to Friday. Payments can be made 24 hours through an automated service.
All matters relating to the Resident's Parking Scheme are dealt with by Leicestershire County Concil. For information and advice visit their Residents' Parking pages where you will find realted information and applications forms including the Vehicle Change Form which you will need to complete and return to them.
Drivers will get a fine if they break parking or loading regulations. Useful information taken from the Highway Code is given below.
To avoid receiving a fine make sure you don’t park:
- On double yellow lines
- On single yellow lines during the times shown on the sign
- Past the time limit in short stay parking spaces
- In a loading bay unless loading or unloading in specified loading bays during the times shown
- In bus lanes or bus stop clearways
- In taxi ranks
- On loading or unloading bans at any time
- In disabled parking spaces unless you display a blue disabled badge
- For longer than the time limit if you do have a disabled badge
- Observe parking bay restrictions
- Always purchase a pay and display ticket for the required time when parking in a pay and display area
- Take notice of parking signs and restrictions
- Refer to the Highway Code
If you believe that you have been ticketed unfairly you can make an appeal. Details of how to appeal are on the parking ticket. Money from the tickets will pay for the enforcement service or be spent on making improvements to parking, highway and transport services.
Yes, where there are signed and lined school keep clears. Requests for additional enforcement will be considered along with all others by the central admin service.
Yes – the Unit will have 12 people answering telephone enquiry’s ranging from people querying tickets, reporting people parking illegally and raising issues of concern on local parking issues. 08458 450 450
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Last updated: Mon 20th January, 2014 @ 14:28