Pay a Fixed Penalty Notice
A Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) is served by an authorised enforcement officer to a person who has committed a criminal offence. They may be issued on the spot or through the post.
They can be issued for:
- household bins on the highway
- depositing litter
- dog fouling
- failure to produce Waste Carriers License
- failure to produce Waste Transfer Notes
- commercial waste bin offences
- failure to produce a street trading license
- unlicensed street trading
- breach of Public Space Protection Order - alcohol
- breach of Public Space Protection Order - nitrous oxide
- contravention of street trading license
- failure to comply with Street/Litter Control Notice
- fly posting of graffiti
- abandoning a vehicle
Do not use these forms to pay parking Penalty Charge Notices.
How to make a representation
There is no formal right to appeal a Fixed Penalty Notice, but you can make representations to us in writing during the 14-day period allowed to pay the notice.
Do not pay the penalty until you receive a decision from us. If you do pay the fine while we consider your representation, paying it will be considered an admission of liability.
Send your representation to the following, setting out your reasons or write to the address that appears on the Fixed Penalty Notice:
Please note that representations for parking PCNs will not be responded to and will not be forwarded. Please visit Challenging or understanding your PCN.
If you have lost your Fixed Penalty Notice and still need to pay, and it is within the 14 days allowed, contact email@example.com for assistance.