Coronavirus (COVID-19): London Tribunals planning and preparation

Advice and guidance for users of the tribunals during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.


Tribunals coronavirus preparation planning

The Road User Charging Adjudicators and Environment and Traffic Adjudicators are following government advice with regard to Covid-19.

The tribunals are taking steps to ensure the health and wellbeing of our appellants and colleagues by closing the hearing centre at Chancery Exchange to the public to all but essential business until further notice. Please do not come to the hearing centre during the closure unless specifically asked to.

You will still be able to contact the tribunal’s administrative staff during this time. Should you have any queries about your case please see our contacts page.

Personal hearings that were scheduled for a date prior to 1st June 2020 were placed on hold until business returned to normal. We are in the process of contacting appellants to arrange an alternative date for your appeal.

Personal appeals scheduled for a hearing after 1st June will go ahead, subject to government restrictions.  However, if circumstances change we will contact you in advance of your hearing date with alternative arrangements.

If you have requested that your appeal be dealt with by postal appeal it will progress as scheduled.

If you were previously informed that your appeal was placed on hold until the business of the tribunals resumes, you will receive confirmation of your new date soon.


How we will update you about the impact of coronavirus on tribunals

Changes to the running of the tribunals will be communicated on this website. Changes to individual appeal will be communicated through your preferred contact method indicated when you made your appeal.


More information and advice

Read the latest information about the Government’s coronavirus response and plans.

Published 16 June 2020.