Objection and appeal

Please note the heading of your parking ticket, as there are 2 kinds of parking tickets.

The naheffingsaanslag parkeerbelasting is for not paying (enough for) a parking fee or not having a parking permit. This is an additional tax; parking fees are officially a municipal tax. This tax is collected by a company on behalf of ParkerenDelft. This page contains information about payment, objection and appeal.

The aankondiging van beschikking  is a fine, like other traffic fines. You get one for parking on the pavement or in the bend of a road, or for driving in a no entry road. The Centraal Justitieel Incasso Bureau (CJIB) will send you information about payment and objection and appeal of this fine.

Objection and appeal

Do you have any questions or do you not agree with the “naheffingsaanslag”? Then you have the option of submitting an objection up to 6 weeks after the date of the violation via the delft.digitaalparkeerloket.nl website.

If you have any questions about your payment, please contact Tobias Fiscaal. This can be done by mail to parkeren@tobiasfiscaal.nl or by telephone on 088 – 528 40 84.

This information is also stated on the “naheffingsaanslag”.


From April 5, 2021, the ParkingDelft working method has been adapted to a uniform working method that is also used by other municipalities. Submitting an objection will then no longer relieve you of the obligation to pay on time. If the “naheffingsaanslag” is destroyed, we will refund the amount paid to your account.

When is objecting meaningful?

In some cases you can successfully object to your additional assessment, in other cases you cannot.

You can object if:

  • You can prove that you had a legit parking card
  • You are a permit holder for the location mentioned on the parking fine

Your objection will be rejected in the following situations, among others:

  • The parking meter was defect and you still parked in that area without paying
  • You have a disability parking card, but didn’t ask for exemption for the license plate of the car you were driving in and parked in a ‘normal’ parking place
  • You didn’t know you had to pay. All paid parking areas have  parking signs
  • You are a permit holder for another area