ANPR CCTV trial set to tackle illegal parking in Durham

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As part of a scheme to stop illegal parking around Durham City’s centre, the Durham County Council decided to install an Automatic Number Plate Recognition camera on a trial basis in the area, a news report in the local media has revealed.

The camera is set to work between 8pm and 4am every night and anyone caught parking illegally could be hit with a fine, local authorities said.

Councillor Neil Foster, the council’s cabinet member for economic regeneration, said: “We need to educate motorists that they have a responsibility to drive safely and responsibly, especially in busy areas such as Claypath.

“We are hopeful that having a camera in place will serve as a reminder to people to think of others when driving in our city.”

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