5,566 Parking Tickets Per Year
Postcode Area EC1N
Approximately 5,566 parking tickets (PCNs) are issued in a typical year within EC1N. These tickets are issued by:
- London Borough of Camden
(issues approx 5,507 tickets in EC1N to a value of £460,270 each year)
- London Borough of City of London
(issues approx 59 tickets in EC1N to a value of £6,490 each year)
Parking Tickets Database
We calculated these figures from our Parking Tickets Database for the UK. We are building our database by using Freedom of Information Act Requests and analysing the data. So far we have a total of 20,308 tickets issued within EC1N over a number of yearsBy Contravention Code
Note: The graph above shows how many tickets we have in our database. It may include tickets from more than one local authority: Camden + City of London. Where months show zero tickets, it is likely to be because we do not yet have more recent data for one of the authorities, rather than no tickets were issued in those months.
Parking Ticket Tool
If you are travelling to or live within EC1N then you can use this tool to check for parking ticket hotspots near you:Parking Ticket Hotspots
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Parking ticket information is extracted from our Parking Tickets Database where we are collecting PCN and parking ticket information from Postcode Areas across the country.
In order to try to reflect normal circumstances our Parking Ticket Hotspot Analysis uses tickets issued prior to the Covid period, but may include more recent data if we have found authorities issuing tickets in new locations.
Parking Ticket Hotspot Analysis for locations in Postcode Area EC1N calculated from PCNs issued between Jan to Dec 2019 for ticket issued by Camden. Jan to Dec 2019 for ticket issued by City of London.
Up to now TfL have refused to provide full data and so any tickets issued by TfL are not included.
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