Freedom of information response

Parking Enforcement

Publication date: 
Monday 25 February 2019

1. Please can you confirm how many Parking Fines the Council registered with Traffic Enforcement Centre in:

2. Please confirm how many PCN’s were issued to external agents in the last financial year, and provide the split between the various enforcement agents / bailiffs.

3. Please can you confirm what software you use for Parking Enforcement (PCN issue and processing).

4. Please can you confirm when the last contract award for Parking Fine enforcement agents / bailiffs was and how long the contract is for?

5. If possible, can you send me a copy of the last letter awarding the contracts for enforcement agents / bailiffs?


2017 = 2187
2018 = 2002

2. 2017/2018 total 1732 – split 705 and 1027

3.  WSP Global is the Supplier using their ICPS product

4.  Ongoing agreement with existing provider, with extension to service based on ongoing performance

5.  This document is not considered appropriate for general publication

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