Parking tickets

Parking tickets reduce congestion and improve road safety. Drivers receive penalties based on the seriousness of the parking contravention.

In this section:
Pay a parking ticket

Pay a parking ticket

Learn how to pay your parking ticket and how much it will cost.

Ways to pay

You can pay a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) by debit card, credit card, cheque, postal order or cash. There's a 50% discount for all penalties paid within 14 days of the issue date.

Note: We accept Master Card, Visa, Switch, Delta and Maestro. We're unable to accept American Express or Diners Card.

Online 

You can pay online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on the APCOA website. You'll need your PCN number, vehicle registration details and card details.

Pay parking ticket

Telephone

Call 03300 571889 (charged at the local rate). This is an automated payment line operating 24/7.

Post

Please send your cheque, postal order or credit/debit card details to:

London Borough of Hillingdon,
Parking Services,
PO Box 1180,
Uxbridge,
Middlesex,
UB8 9DH.

Cheques and postal orders should be made payable to London Borough of Hillingdon. Please write your Penalty Charge Notice number on the reverse of the cheque. Please do not send cash through the post.

Cash

You can pay in cash by using the cash processing machine in the foyer at the Civic Centre.


Charges

Fine categoryTypeCost
Parking ticketsOn street or car parkHigher rate - £110

Lower rate - £60
Parking penaltiesBus lane contraventions£130
Parking penaltiesMinor moving traffic contraventions 
(such as entering a yellow box junction and ignoring no entry signs)
£130


Read more information at the London Councils website about:


See photographs

To view photographs taken of your vehicle at the time a parking ticket was issued, go to Pay parking ticket as if you're going to pay. You'll have to enter your PCN number and the vehicle registration number (but not payment details) to see the photographs. 

Note: Photographs are uploaded overnight and will be available the day after they were taken.

Page last updated: 30 Jun 2020