A vehicle believed to be Canterbury’s worst parking offender has already received 14 parking tickets this year.
The black VW Amarok received another ticket yesterday for parking in Tannery Way South in the Old Tannery development.
Canterbury City Council says the tickets are being paid, but that it does not have the power to have the vehicle removed.
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Council spokesman Rob Davies said: “We understand why people in the Tannery development are concerned by this, but unfortunately the only power we have is to issue penalty charge notices.
“These have to be at least 24 hours apart, and we have given this motorist multiple fines. We do not have powers to remove a vehicle.”