Fixed Penalty Notices
Fixed Penalty Notices for littering, dog fouling and dumping rubbish etc.
- This page is NOT for parking penalty notices. Visit the parking pages here for help with parking tickets.
- This page is for those who have received an FPN. See separate page for Coronavirus Restrictions Fixed Penalty Notices
- The penalty is set at £150 (for littering and dog fouling) and £400 for dumping rubbish
- The penalty must be paid within 14 days
- There is no discount for early payment.
If you pay the FPN no further action will be taken. If you do not pay the FPN within 14 days, a summons will be issued against you and the case will be heard in the Magistrates’ Court. If convicted, you could be fined and be ordered to pay the costs of the prosecution.
- The financial penalty imposed by the courts can be up to £2,500
Please make sure you have your:
- Reference number – this starts with WK/ followed by 9 digits e.g. WK/123456789
- A debit or credit card
The WK reference number can be found on the letter we sent to you.
The easiest and quickest way to pay is online via the button above. Alternatively, you can pay over the telephone. However, please be aware that call volumes coming into the council are very high and you may have to wait in a queuing system.
- By phone between 9am and 5pm using a credit or debit card - call 020 8489 1000
There are no formal grounds of appeal against a penalty notice. If you do not agree that you committed the offence, then the matter will be dealt with though formal prosecution via the courts.
To avoid prosecution, you must pay the notice within 14 days. If you do not agree that an offence has been committed and/or you do not pay the FPN within the 14 days, a summons will be issued against you and the case will be heard in the Magistrates’ Court. If convicted, you could be fined and be ordered to pay the costs of the prosecution.
The financial penalty imposed by the courts can be up to £2,500 and if convicted you may receive a criminal record.
You can query an FPN in the form of a ‘representation’.
Before you submit your representation, please read the Frequently asked questions for members of the public and businesses.
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