The reason why so many are receiving PCNs and fines is because of the controversial Streespace programme that many London boroughs have introduced with funding and direction from Transport for London (TfL).
In very simple terms, it is a plan to get people out of cards and onto bikes and foot. But, the way it has been done has caused huge problems to millions of people. The various barrier set-ups, pop-up cycle lanes and ANPR cameras have caught out many people, and action groups have popped up all over London as a result.
If you are interested in fighting what is behind these PCNs and working to re-open the streets so that you can once again drive through Fishers Lane and Turnham Green Terrace without worrying about the cameras, please visit:
Here you'll find resources and information about Turnham Green Terrace, Fishers Lane and many other controversial aspects of the Hounslow and Ealing programmes. You can sign up to keep in touch.
You may also be interested in joining the OneChiswick Facebook group:
And there is also a GoFundMe page to help fund the legal case against Hounslow in fighting the Streetspace changes here in West London:
While the Mayor of London, Ealing and Hounslow councils are determined to stick to their divisive and unwanted programmes, they are now facing big challenges.
The taxi drivers recently won a landmark victor where the judge, Mrs Justice Beverley Lang, found overwhelmingly for the taxi drivers against TfL, but also found the whole Streetspace programme to be unlawful.
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