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North Lincolnshire Parking Fine Hit Record Level

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Parking Fines In North Lincolnshire Have Increased Again This Year

The number of parking fines issued by North Lincolnshire Council has increased again this year, bringing in £260,000 in revenue.


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It has been revealed that the number of North Lincolnshire Council parking tickets issued has increased for the third year in a row.

Between 2023-24 the number of parking tickets issued by North Lincolnshire Council had increased to nearly 9,000. The increase in parking tickets has raised more than £260,000 for the council.

North Lincolnshire Parking Fines Increase Again

Although the number of parking tickets in North Lincolnshire has increased for the third year in a row, a spokesman for the council said the number of fines issues were still less than before the Covid pandemic.


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Many people and retail businesses in North Lincolnshire, which includes Scunthorpe, have called for the council to provide better parking facilities.

In North East Lincolnshire, which covers Grimsby, Cleethorpes, and Immingham, the revenue from parking fines raised £266,071 for the council between 2023-24.

A council spokesperson said:

“Any surplus is ring-fenced by legalisation which limits what it can be spent on, and the revenue breakdown is published on the council website.”

The reason for the increase in parking fines is partly down to enforcement cameras being installed outside of schools.


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