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.

In response to the latest government guidance and to secure your safety, the tribunal is open by appointment only. Please do not attend the hearing centre unless you have been invited to attend a hearing in person.

The tribunals are taking steps to ensure the health and wellbeing of our appellants and colleagues by installing screens at reception and in all of our hearing rooms. Please follow the guidance on-site if attending the hearing centre at Chancery Exchange. 

Protect yourself and others by following the latest government advice on coronavirus: View Government advice. If you have any symptoms, please follow government advice, and do not come to the hearing centre. 

We are undertaking some personal hearings by telephone. If you have been invited to attend a hearing in person but would prefer to have your appeal conducted by telephone please email us at the address on your schedule letter.

Should you have any other queries about your case please see our contacts page.

 

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

Changes to the running of the tribunals will be communicated via our website. Changes to individual appeals will be communicated through the preferred contact method that you indicated when you made your appeal.

 

More information and advice

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

Published 9th December 2021