War­dens un­der or­ders to fine

Midweek Sport - - SPORT -

TRAF­FIC war­dens in London’s posh­est bor­ough were un­der or­ders to is­sue more than 300,000 tick­ets a year – or their bosses would be “fined”, it has emerged.

The Royal Bor­ough of Kens­ing­ton and Chelsea coun­cil also de­manded its park­ing en­force­ment firm tow a min­i­mum 8,250 cars and clamp 15,000 more a year.

Fail­ing to meet the min­i­mum tar­get of “agreed bench­marks” would mean that park­ing firm NSL would have to pay the dif­fer­ence them­selves, the con­tract – ob­tained via a Free­dom of In­for­ma­tion

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