Consultation outcome

Road user charging scheme regulations

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

This consultation has concluded

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Consultation response to the road user charging scheme regulations

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Explanatory memorandum to the road user charging scheme regulations

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Original consultation

This consultation ran from to

Summary

Seeking views on a proposal to provide for the fair and effective enforcement of road user charging schemes.

Documents

Consultation description

This publications sets out the governments response to the road user charging schemes (penalty charges, adjudication and enforcement) (England) regulations 2013 consultation.

The department received 60 responses from a range of stakeholders. This response document summarises the main issues raised by respondents and outlines the government’s response to these. We are very grateful to those who took the time to respond to this consultation.

The regulations will allow enforcement actions such as the issuing of penalty charge notices, the examination of vehicles and equipment and the immobilisation, removal, storage and disposal of vehicles. Provisions will also cover arrangements for pursuing debt through the courts and adjudication. We consider that the consultation is of interest specifically to local transport authorities.