Fact sheet covering parking fines
How to pay a court fine, what can happen if you don't pay and what to do if you have difficulty in paying.
How to appeal a parking ticket and stop being chased because of one.
When you can be issued with a parking ticket, called a penalty charge, by a local authority parking attendant and what to do if you receive a ticket.
When you can be issued with a parking ticket, called a fixed penalty notice, by the police and what to do if you receive a ticket.
How to stop being chased to pay a parking ticket in Scotland – including if you've already paid or are appealing your ticket.
When it's worth appealing a parking ticket if you're a blue badge holder
When you can be issued with a parking ticket for parking on private land or in a privately-owned car-park and what to do if you receive a ticket.
When you should appeal a parking ticket in Scotland – including if the signs were unclear or you were parked correctly.
Template letter to challenge a parking ticket on private land that you think is unfair.
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How to appeal a parking ticket if someone else was driving, for example if you car was stolen or license plate copied.
When you can be issued with a fine, called a charge notice, by the local authority (for example for illegal use of a bus lane) and what to do if you receive a charge notice.
Information on what can happen if debts such as rent arrears are not paid. This can include withholding qualifications and preventing students progressing in their course.
Explains why creditors may still contact you while a debt management plan is in place and what to do if a creditor is harassing you.
Use this tool to sort between your priority and non-priority debts so you know which debts you need to pay first
Introduction to debt management plans, explaining what they are, how they work and who can get one.
Information on dealing with local environmental problems including abandoned cars, dog fouling, flooding, litter, pest control and problems with roads and pavements.
Explains what to do if your overall debt increases even though a debt management plan is in place, including asking for interest to be frozen, increasing payments and considering alternative debt solutions.