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Drivers that use loading bays to park are being warned by the
Council that they can expect a fine for their actions.
The Council has become aware that some drivers have been
misusing loading bays to park in Barkingside High Street and other
areas of the Borough.
The bays are provided so local businesses can receive deliveries
more conveniently and are strictly not for parking to visit the
local shops or businesses. Disabled badge users should also
be aware that blue badges do not give an exemption to park in a
Vehicles that are caught parking in the bays without adhering to
the controls will receive a £120 Penalty Charge Notice, which if
payable within 14/21 days would be £60.
Local figures reinforce the fact that it’s not worth taking the
risk and parking in a loading bay if you are not permitted to do
so. In the last six months the Council has issued 49 Notices
for parking in the Barkingside High Street loading bays and a total
of 765 fines across the Borough for the same contravention.
To find out more about parking in the Borough, including details
about how to pay and appeal Penalty Charge Notices and how to apply
for a Disabled Blue Badge visit our
parking pages on Redbridge i.
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