Parking fines

If you ignore your Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) or any associated correspondence from us you may have to pay additional fees on top of the original charge and we will take steps to recover the money from you.

Paying a parking fine

If you receive a PCN you will have 28 days to pay. If you pay within 14 days a 50% discount will apply. To pay online is easy:

Pay a parking fine online

Payments can also be made via the 24h hour Payments hotline.

Alternatively, you can make a cheque or postal order payable to Calderdale M.B.C. and send to Princess Buildings, Princess Street, Halifax, HX1 1TS. Include your tear-off slip from the fine notice with your payment and write the Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) number on the reverse of the cheque.

Appeal a parking fine

If you feel the PCN was issued incorrectly, you may be able to challenge the parking fine. You can challenge a parking fine online:

Appeal against a parking fine online

For more information go to Challenging a parking fine.

Parking refunds

You may be eligible for a refund if your PCN was issued in one of the affected streets. For PCNs in the Skircoat area since 18 November 2013. For PCNs in Halifax town centre since 31 March 2008. For more information go to parking refunds.

Last Updated: 08/10/2014