Lorry Watch strikes again!

Thanks to the wonderful Lorry Watch volunteers, there was another prosecution on Monday 6th January 2020 at Salisbury Magistrates Court for a breach of our historic Town Bridge 18T weight restriction. Walon Limited pleaded guilty to breaching the weight restriction on 11th April 2019 and was fined £550. In addition, Wiltshire Council was awarded £200 costs and a victim surcharge of £55 was imposed.

Another recent conviction took place in November when Wiltshire Heavy Building Materials Ltd were convicted of breaching the weight restriction order and were fined £750. Wiltshire Council was awarded £200 costs and a victim surcharge of £75 was imposed.

The next Lorry Watch court hearing is due to take place on 27th January.

If you would like to find out more about volunteering for the Lorry Watch team, CONTACT US

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