Guidelines on How to Pay or Appeal a Parking Charge Notice (PCN)
How to Pay a Parking Charge Notice (PCN)
A PCN is payable at the rate of £60.00. It must be paid no later than 28 days after it is issued.
If payment is received up to 14 days after a PCN is issued, a reduced amount of £30.00 will be accepted in a full and final settlement.
Payments must be made to the Creditor at the address specified below, by one of the following payment methods:
- By debit/credit card, by calling 03333 051518
- By Cheque/Postal Order, made payable to 'University of Glasgow, PO BOX 1049, Northampton, NN4 4DZ'
- Online, at https://parking.gla.ac.uk
All postal payments MUST be accompanied by the PCN number and the Vehicle Registration Number. You are advised to send postal payments by recorded delivery.
Payments unaccompanied by the PCN Number and the Vehicle Registration will be cashed, but the creditor will be unable to allocate the payment to the correct PCN.
The PCN will, therefore, remain unpaid and enforcement action will be taken. This will result in additional costs being incurred.
Failure to pay this charge may result in further enforcement action and may incur additional costs again.
How to Appeal a Parking Charge Notice (PCN)
If you receive a Parking Charge Notice (PCN), please DO NOT ignore it. If you are unsure about what to do next, please contact the car parking team at email@example.com.
If you wish to dispute liability for this Parking Charge Notice (PCN) then you can appeal only in writing to 'The University of Glasgow, PO Box 1049, Northampton, NN4 4DZ'.
Appeals MUST be received within 21 days of the PCN issue.
You must provide the following information in your appeal:
- Full name and address;
- Vehicle Registration Number;
- Parking Charge Reference Number (located at the top of your ticket);
- Full reasons for contesting liability.
Failure to include all of this information will result in your appeal remaining unprocessed. Appeal decisions will be provided within 28 days.
In the event that your appeal is unsuccessful, our Car Parking team will provide you with the appropriate details to enable you to lodge an appeal to the Independent Appeals Service.
Details of their appeals procedure can be found at www.theIAS.org. Please only use this link if you wish to lodge an appeal with IAS after your initial written appeal was unsuccessful.
The Independent Appeals Service provides an Alternative Dispute Resolution scheme for disputes of this type. We will engage with the IAS Standard Appeals Service providing you comply with our internal appeals procedure as detailed herein, and that thereafter you lodge an appeal to the IAS within 21 days of rejection.
If you appeal your PCN and do not hear from us within 28 days, please alert us via email. Do not assume that your appeal has been successful.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries regarding our PCN payment or appeal process.