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How do I pay a parking fine?

You can make a payment online using your debit or credit card. You will need to enter the parking ticket number and your car registration number.

You will receive a discount if you make a payment within 14 days of the excess or penalty charge being issued.
Failure to pay a parking fine could lead to you being prosecuted and ordered to pay the penalty, plus a fine of up to £500 and legal costs.

Pay a Parking Fine Online

Can I appeal against a parking fine?

Yes, you can appeal to us if you feel you have been unjustly issued with a parking fine. We will waive the charge if we find that the fine was issued in error. Mitigating circumstances may be considered.

All appeals must be in writing and should include information that supports your appeal, such as a valid pay and display ticket.

Verbal decisions cannot, and will not, be given.

Appeal a Parking Ticket Online

Appeal letters can also be sent by email to or by post to:

Car Parking Appeals
Huntingdonshire District Council
Pathfinder House
St Mary's Street
PE29 3TN

If you make an appeal within 14 days of the parking fine being issued, the period for reduced payment will be extended by the time taken to decide the appeal.

We will acknowledge receipt of your appeal. If you haven't heard from us within 21 days of sending your appeal, please contact us.