To Pay or Challenge a Penalty Charge Notice
Please note, in order to pay a PCN, you will need to wait until the following day from the date of PCN issue unless paying by cheque.
The electronic PCN data held by the issuing officer is not down-loaded into the main processing system until the end of the day. Consequently PCN payments will only be accepted when certain details are recognised and reconciled on this system
The PCN discounted period lasts for 14 days from PCN issue.
If your PCN was issued ON-STREET and within the Aylesbury, Chiltern, South Bucks or Wycombe District areas, you can pay, view and appeal via the NSL website.
Please be aware that any PCN or ECN issued in an off-street car park is usually issued by the respective District Council. It is the drivers responsibility to ensure payments are made to the appropriate authority as detailed on the documents issued.
Looking for off street car parks?
If you're looking for off street car parks, you can find them by district under useful links. For Aylesbury and Wycombe live car parking information can be found here. Please note that off street car parks are not owned or maintained by Bucks County Countil and we can accept no responsibility for them or their external websites.
Parking in Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire County Council (BCC) is now covered by a Civil Enforcement Area (CEA). This means BCC are now empowered to undertake decriminalised parking enforcement and thereby better manage the highway network.
CEA's are intended to manage congestion and provide equal access to parking for residents, commuters and shoppers alike. Enforcement of the parking regulations is now undertaken by Civil Enforcement Officers (CEO's) employed on our behalf through our appointed parking services contractor NSL Limited. Note that Thames Valley Police can still take action over dangerous and/or obstructive parking where no formal restrictions apply (such as parking on footways, obstructing entrances etc).
You will see the NSL Civil Enforcement Officers (CEO) out and about on your streets, identifiable by their smart blue uniforms.
NSL began enforcement of the Wycombe area in Autumn of 2011 this was followed by Chiltern, Aylesbury Vale and South Bucks which completes the transfer of on street parking within Buckinghamshire to a CEA.
Public off-street car parking, e.g. car parks, remains the responsibility of the respective District Council's.
To Apply for a residents/visitors parking permit or to seek a parking suspension.
Please call NSL on: 0843 208 5544.
Other useful websites (these sites will open in a new window)
Off street car parks, maintained by the District council
Which - Guide to parking
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