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Fixed Penalties: Greater London

Volume 470: debated on Tuesday 8 January 2008

To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs how many fixed penalty notices were (a) issued, (b) cancelled, (c) unpaid after 28 days, (d) unpaid and resulting in court action and (e) unpaid and resulting in no further action to date for (i) nuisance parking, (ii) abandoned vehicles, (iii) litter, (iv) street litter control, (v) litter clearance notices, (vi) graffiti, (vii) fly-tipping, (viii) inappropriate use of waste, (ix) dog fouling, (x) noise during the day, (xi) inappropriate disposal of chewing gum and (xii) noise at night in each London borough in each year since 1998. (172638)

Tables containing the number of fixed penalty notices issued in each London borough in each year since 1998 are available on the DEFRA website. I have arranged for copies of the tables to be placed in the Libraries of the House.

I am unable to say how many notices were unpaid after 28 days as DEFRA does not collect the information at that level of detail.