Does your council use vehicles equipped with CCTV to carry out parking enforcement ('mobile CCTV'), which is allowed under the Traffic Management Act 2004?
If the answer is 'yes':
1. When did the council introduce these vehicles?
2. How many of these vehicles does the council currently use?
3. What is the name of the firm which leases these vehicles to the council?
4. What is the current annual cost of the lease?
5. How much does a motorist fined by the council's mobile CCTV have to pay? (I'm aware there may be a schedule of different rates).
5. In the past 12 months (November 2012 to October 2013 inclusive), how many penalty charge notices has the council issued through mobile CCTV?
6. In the past 12 months (November 2012 to October 2013 inclusive), how many appeals against such fines to the Traffic Penalty Tribunal have been a. allowed and b. dismissed?
If the answer is 'no':
1. Does the council have any firm plans to introduce mobile CCTV in the future?
2. Has the council had any meetings in the past 12 months, public or private, to discuss the potential introduction of mobile CCTV?
3. Has the council publicly ruled out introducing mobile CCTV in the future?
The information you have requested is held by the Council in whole.Brentwood Borough Council does not use vehicles equipped with CCTV to carry out parking enforcement ('mobile CCTV'), as allowed under the Traffic Management Act 2004.