Parking and traffic enforcement

CCTV camera enforcement

In some locations, we use cameras to enforce parking restrictions to improve road safety and reduce congestion.

What to do with a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN)

PCNs issued via camera enforcement are sent by post to the registered keeper of the vehicle and will include a photograph of the alleged contravention being committed. If you receive a CCTV PCN, you can do the following online:

Pay parking ticket

Or Challenge a ticket online.


What our CCTV cameras enforce

Parking contraventions

CodeDescription
47Stopped on a restricted bus stop or stand
48Stopped in a restricted area outside a school

 

Moving traffic contraventions

CodeDescription
33Bus route
34Bus lane
52Failing to comply with a prohibition on certain types of vehicle

 


Locations of CCTV cameras

We currently have enforcement cameras at the following locations along bus lanes, bus routes and bus stops:

  • Crown Close, Hayes
  • Longford Roundabout
  • Coldharbour Lane
  • Yeading Lane, Yeading
  • Station Road, Hayes
  • High Street, Uxbridge
  • Station Road, Hayes
  • Vine Street, Uxbridge
  • Uxbridge Road

We also have a camera for Heavy Duty Goods Vehicles at: 

  • Sidmouth Drive, South Ruislip

Restrictions outside schools

There are CCTV cameras outside most Hillingdon schools to ensure safety of all school children in the borough.

During the restricted hours, vehicles are not permitted to stop or wait in the zig zag markings, even for the purpose of dropping off, or picking up passengers, or loading or unloading, regardless of the length of time involved.

School Keep Clear areas are also enforceable during the school holidays.

Page last updated: 17 Jun 2020