Contravention Code 61

A heavy commercial vehicle wholly or partly parked on a footway, verge or land between two carriageways

Hour of Day & Day of Week

The following two graphs show overall time & day for tickets issued in our Parking Ticket Database:

Who Issues Most Tickets With Contravention Code 61

This table ranks local authorites by how many tickets they issue with Contravention Code 61:

A heavy commercial vehicle wholly or partly parked on a footway, verge or land between two carriageways

Rank Authority Total %
1 Barking and Dagenham Lab 598 12.2%
2 Lambeth Lab 507 10.4%
3 Westminster Con 418 8.6%
4 Havering No 407 8.3%
5 Waltham Forest Lab 402 8.2%
6 Bexley Con 270 5.5%
7 Southwark Lab 244 5.0%
8 Haringey Lab 227 4.6%
9 Kingston upon Thames Lib 191 3.9%
10 Enfield Lab 162 3.3%
11 City of London Ind 150 3.1%
12 Newham Lab 133 2.7%
13 Ealing Lab 132 2.7%
14 Kensington and Chelsea Con 127 2.6%
15 Brent Lab 119 2.4%
16 Hounslow Lab 116 2.4%
17 Camden Lab 88 1.8%
18 Wandsworth Con 83 1.7%
19 Islington Lab 66 1.4%
20 Richmond upon Thames Lib 65 1.3%
21 Tower Hamlets Lab 65 1.3%
22 Croydon Lab 64 1.3%
23 Hillingdon Con 53 1.1%
24 Sutton Lib 39 0.8%
25 Harrow Lab 27 0.6%
26 Barnet Con 26 0.5%
27 Greenwich Lab 24 0.5%
28 Hammersmith and Fulham Lab 21 0.4%
29 Merton Lab 20 0.4%
30 Bromley Con 19 0.4%
31 Lewisham Lab 12 0.2%
32 Redbridge Lab 12 0.2%

The 'Total' column is calculated from our assesment of the number of tickets issued in a typical year. We calculate this from our Parking Tickets Database where we hold ticket data for multiple years.

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