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Who is the issuer please?
Sorry but I'm not sure what your challenge is?
Were there signs at the location?
Yes but were there signs as well as road markings?
Obviously I haven't seen the location and you can always appeal these things. Local councils are hopelessly inefficient. However bus lanes are fairly well signed. Usually there are signs upon entry throughout and upon exit. There are also road markings. The fact that they describe "bus gate" rather than bus lane would not, in and of itself, be sufficiently confusing to justify entry.
The test with arguments like this is weather the signing is so inadequate as to lead to confusion and if it was visible then I think you would struggle to raise that argument.
That said, there is really no risk in bringing an informal appeal because they will extend the 14 day reduction anyway even if they reject your appeal so you may as well try.
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