Pay an enforcement fixed penalty notice
Use this form to pay an enforcement fixed penalty notice.
Before you start
Fixed penalty notices can be issued for offences such as:
- Littering (including urinating on the street)
- Commercial Waste Duty of Care failure
- Dog fouling
- Abandoning a vehicle
- Skip related offences
- Selling/repairing vehicles on the highway
- Vehicle idling
- Antisocial behaviour in parks
- Breaching a dog control order
Please note that apart from public urination, we are not responsible for any Police issued fixed penalty notices or driving offences.
If you have been issued with a Parking penalty charge notice, contact Parking.
You can make payment at the bottom of this page.
If you have an enquiry regarding your fixed penalty notice, please contact either the Parks Team or the Street Environment Enforcement Team, depending on the contact details listed on your FPN.
Contact the Parks Team:
- Telephone: 020 8891 1411
- Email: email@example.com
Contact the Street Scene Enforcement Team:
- Telephone: 020 8891 7096
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You are able to appeal against a fixed penalty notice in writing to both the Street Environment Enforcement Team and Parks Team.
When you can pay
Payments can usually be made two days after the notice was issued.
If the fixed penalty was issued over the weekend then the fixed penalty notice may take a few days to pass to us for processing. As stated on the fixed penalty notice, it will be made available for payment by the Wednesday following the weekend of issue.
If you continue to experience difficulty in payment, please email email@example.com or telephone 020 8891 7096 during office hours.
Payment should be made by credit or debit card. Payments can be made online two days after FPN has been issued.
If you wish to use a postal or money order, these should be made payable to ‘London Borough of Richmond upon Thames’ and sent to either:
Street Environment Enforcement Team or Parks Team
London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames
2nd Floor Civic Centre
44 York Street
Cheques will not be accepted as a method of payment.
Most fixed penalty notices offer a 14 or 28 day period within which it must be paid. Some notices offer a discount for early payment.
Failure to pay the notice would result in the Council considering issuing legal proceedings for the original criminal offence. The maximum fine on conviction varies depending on the offence and ranges from £1000 to £5000.
You will need
- The unique fixed penalty notice reference (top right hand corner of the notice). If you do not have the reference, contact us to obtain it. Please ensure you enter the full reference which includes letters, numbers, and no spaces.
- Credit or debit card for payment.
What happens next
- You will receive an email confirming your payment and that no further action will be taken.
Short - this form shouldn't take long to complete
Up to: Street Scene enforcement
Updated: 17 June 2021