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nearly eleven o’clock and
more than 48 hours since I reported the obstruction of
my driveway and the Civil Enforcement Officer has just gone away.
I’m still obstructed of course but maybe this driver won’t be so inconsiderate again.
It’s an awkward spot as the Google Earth image may show; there are three closely spaced dropped kerbs on three sides of the turning area. The 31 year old development plans show it as such, a street parking area is designated but 30 yards to the east.
I very much regret voting against the installation of yellow lines when Bexley Council offered them quite a long time ago. Fifteen years?
End on parking is constantly creating a problem but when such a long vehicle is parked so close it obstructs the drive to the north and my own to the west. Yesterday the refuse truck could not make its customary trip to the communal recycling bins.