Leicestershire County Council is responsible for parking enforcement within Leicestershire.

They manage the scheme with district and borough councils, enforcing the restrictions through a team of parking attendants. Parking regulations include:

  • parking on single and double yellow lines
  • disabled parking bays
  • bus stops and bus lanes
  • illegal parking in taxi ranks
  • loading bays
  • short-stay car parking spaces

For issues with illegally parked cars or similar issues, please contact Leicestershire County Council’s Highway Customer Services by telephone on 0116 305 0001 or email highwayscustomerservices@leics.gov.uk.

Full information on the scheme can be found on the County Council's Parking Matters website.

Obstructed pavements

Obstructed Pavements are where a vehicle has been parked onto a pavement and there is less than 1.2m clearance between the obstructing vehicle and the edge of the path potentially meaning pedestrians or mobility scooters would have to go into the road to get past.

Where there are lines or signs indicating restrictions to parking we can take action if you are able to provide the cars details.

Report a pavement obstruction

If there are no parking restrictions in place and car is parked dangerously or in a way that would prevent emergency vehicles from accessing the street then it should be reported to the Police as a crime.

Paying a parking fine - Penalty Charge Notices (PCN)

You will get a 50 per cent discount on a fine if you pay within 14 days of getting it. If you believe your parking fine was issued in error, you can appeal the decision within 14 days.

Payment of parking fines should be made to Leicestershire County Council using one of the following methods:

You can make cheques (please no cash) payable to Leicestershire County Council. Please write the PCN number on the back of the cheque.

Last updated: Thu 20th August, 2020 @ 16:34