PCN fines starting again in London from June

February 15, 2021
May 29, 2020

At Lorry Route, we are trying our best to keep up to date with the ever-changing rules recent times have brought. Due to the significant increases in traffic volume as well as delivery patterns now beginning to get into a more normal phase, the London Lorry Control Scheme (LLCS) have announced that Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) fines will be back in enforcement from June 1.

LLCS have revealed: “For a two-week period — until June 15 2020 — operators of vehicles that may be in breach of the scheme will receive a Warning Notice. After this two-week period, the LLCS will revert to usual enforcement of the scheme under the existing terms and conditions".

Our HGV route planning system will have updated mapping to coincide with the recent changes LLCS have brought forward. We have also taken time during this difficult period to ensure that all our HGV satnav data is entirely up to date to help keep your fleets — no matter the size — fully compliant.

We hope to get all our present and future customers back up and running on Lorry Route before June 15 and appreciate your patience whilst we work to achieve this.

We would like to thank all the companies who have continued to use Lorry Route throughout, by preventing low UK bridge strikes, protecting public areas and narrow roads as well as reducing carbon footprint. We shall continue supplying thousands of routes to large vehicles, helping you avoid PCN fines and creating the fastest yet most compliant route.

Please do not hesitate to contact sales@lorryroute.com to ensure that your account is activated for the upcoming changes.

Read the full story from London Councils here >