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Penalty Charge Notice

Our PCNs are administered by the Wales Penalty Processing Partnership (WPPP) based in North Wales.   

 

Address:  Wales Penalty Processing Partnership (WPPP), PO Box 273, Denbighshire, LL18 9EJ

 

Penalty Charge Notice (PCN)

Any illegally or irresponsibly parked vehicles will be given a parking ticket known as a PCN.

 

PCNs are only given out where vehicles are parked in contravention to the parking restrictions. Our PCNs are administered by the Wales Penalty Processing Partnership (WPPP) based in North Wales.   

 

If the PCN is not paid or challenged during the 28-day period as specified on the front of the PCN, a Notice to Owner may be served on the registered keeper of the vehicle, requiring full payment of the penalty charge.

 

If payment is made within 14 days of the date of issue, then the fine is reduced by 50%. If no payment is received within 14 days then the full amount will be required.

 

If you believe that the PCN should not be paid, you can challenge a PCN online or in writing directly to WPPP. Be sure to quote the PCN number, the Vehicle Registration Number and your full name and address in all correspondence and state your grounds for challenge including any supporting evidence if appropriate.

 

Wales Penalty Processing Partnership (WPPP)

 

Please note: Challenges cannot be resolved by the Vale of Glamorgan Council.

 

Independent Adjudication Service

If your challenge is rejected, you will receive a Notice of Rejection giving the reasons for the decision. If you are not satisfied with the explanation, you are entitled to have the matter considered by an independent adjudicator.

The Notice of Rejection will contain instructions on how to do this.

 

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