If you have received a Notice to Owner then your vehicle has an unpaid parking fine. Please do not ignore the notice as this could result in an increase to the charge. Even if you were not the driver of the vehicle at the time of the issue of the ticket, as registered keeper of the vehicle, you are liable for the fine. We obtain registered keeper details from the DVLA.

Notice to owners are sent directly to the registered keeper of the vehicle.

You can either pay the £60 parking fine or formally challenge the fine.

Notice of Acceptance or Rejection

If your ticket is cancelled a Notice of Acceptance will be sent to you.

If your challenge is unsuccessful you will be sent a Notice of Rejection.

If you do not agree with our decision find out How to Appeal a Notice of Rejection on mygov.scot.

A parking adjudicator will make the final decision.

Receipt of a Charge Certificate

You will be sent a Charge Certificate if you haven't paid a parking ticket or made an appeal after the issue of the notice to owner.

The Charge Certificate states that you have 14 days to pay your ticket and it has now increased to £90.

If you don’t pay at this stage, we will instruct Sheriff Officers to recover the charge. This also means that you can no longer submit an appeal to the adjudicator.