|Watch yourself in St. Martin's Lane|
The City of Westminster have just rejected a PCN challenge that this sign is ambiguous.
The motorist concerned parked on a Saturday.
Westminster state that the sign is 'clear and unambiguous' despite it containing a set of restricted times and days and then a conflicting 'at any time' restriction. In consumer law, ambiguity is construed against the causer.
It will be a while before an adjudicator gets to see this case and once they make a decision Mr Mustard will report back to you.
For sign experts this is meant to be a variant of 661A which it would be if it hadn't introduced overlapping restrictions that make the sign a nonsense (and a legal nullity).
Read the sign, the whole sign and if in doubt, park somewhere else where the rules are simpler.