The Chief Adjudicators deal with complaints about the personal conduct of adjudicators both inside and outside the context of a hearing.
Personal misconduct may include, but is not limited to:
The Chief Adjudicators cannot consider any complaint about a decision made by the adjudicator on your case or the way in which your case has been handled. Examples of what cannot be investigated are:
Download the guidance for complaining about a parking adjudicator Opens in a new window (if your appeal was about parking, bus lane, moving traffic, clamp and remove or lorry ban)
Please note that the guidance for making a complaint about a Road User Charging Adjudicator will appear here in due course
If you want to challenge the adjudicator’s decision, under limited circumstances you may be able to seek a ‘review’ or apply to the High Court. More details can be found here for appeals before the Parking and Traffic Adjudicators or here for appeals before the Road User Charging Adjudicators.
If your complaint relates to the administrative service that supports the tribunal - such as a complaint about the quality of customer service you received, it will be investigated in line with London Councils’ complaints procedure, which can be found on the London Councils website.
ALL complaints should be addressed to the Tribunal Manager in the first instance at:
Parking and Traffic Appeals Service
PO Box 694
email: email@example.com. However, please note that we are unable to accept attachments.
Fax: 020 7520 7206
DX: DX 155080 Weybridge 5