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Can you help me? Have the Experimental Traffic Orders in Lewisham not timed out, meaning that all fines are unenforceable until the Traffic Order is made law. This is still not the case, am I right? Are we not technically in a legal limbo? I am asking as I wish to contest a PCN that has just arrived.
I hope you can help me confirm this
There should have been permanent traffic orders issued to cover the roads concerned. I suggest you check on this web site: https://www.thegazette.co.uk/ – search for “London borough of Lewisham”