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  1. HI, I've been happily living in my new house (since march last year - 2015) and at first my neighbours kids (now in their 2-s 30s) parked their cars covering about 1/3 my driveway. At first I didn't mind, but now I have a car, it bothers me as my visitors can't park in my drive at all. I've spoken to them and written them a note and left it under their wiper (friendly note)... I've called the council for advice and they advised that I call the police for "anti social" behaviour. Which way can I go (or should I?).. The council told me: "As there are no double yellow l
  2. Hi folks, hopefully someone can help. Bought and moved into a house a couple of months ago, it is an end terrace house. The front door of the house is on the side and opens into a shared driveway. The legal set up of this driveway is I believe like this: I own a 1/3 share of and have right of way across it both on foot and by car to access a gate to my private driveway at the back left of this shared driveway, and then to the road. The other 1/3 of the shared driveway is owned by the landlord of a block of around 10 flats accessed via a pedestrian gate towards t
  3. Hi! I have just got home from university to find a really strange parking ticket on my car. There's a couple of extremely weird things and I'm not sure what it means. My car was parked on my personal drive on my house. The rear of my car was sticking out which was what I assumed would be the reason for my ticket. However! The ticket was simply placed on the back screen of the car. It wasn't affixed it was just placed. Secondly. When I brought it inside it wasn't sealed and the envelope was empty. Can anyone tell me what this means?? I'm going to phone the council
  4. This is an enquiry only If a vehicle is registered with DVLA as sorn and is parked on a driveway of a HA tenant, can the HA come knocking at your door to tell you that unless you remove the vehicle from your driveway they will get it towed away? This is basically where you pay the rent and council tax in full and your car is on the driveway of the property you rent but do not have a garage
  5. One of my neighbour's, 3 houses along from mine. Lets her dog out to roam the Close and approx. 18 months ago, the dog started fowling on my driveway! This happened again and again and I had to report it to the Housing Association. It did subside for a while and seemed to stop altogehther? However, this had been the cold winter months, when I suspect her children, not playing out in Close after school - so door not left open, for dog to just wander out on his own. Then came a few warm days, it all started up again! Each day now, I seem to go outside my house and there in the middle
  6. I parked a van borrwed from my brother in law for quite some time when finally, after about 3 weeks I got a PCN code 62. This is a rather small van and the driveway is a bit too short even for an estate car. Is there any chance of sucessfully challenging this PCN? Pictures taken by the CEO: Pictures taken by me: PCN: I have also found info on the internet that wording "unless this PCN is challenged" can invalidate the PCN. Can anyone confirm?
  7. Hi, As Barnet council is doing construction work on my drive way as well as footpath outside my house . My drive way is blocked and i have no access to it from last three days!!! The guys working there advice me to park out side , cuz i cant park in my drive way. i was not even informed by the barnet council about the works which is still going on after i got my ticket. So emailed the council with proof of pictures of my driveway blocked and challenged the pcn in April 24th . after 2 months they emailed me back saying i still have to pay £55 fine in 14days or it will increase to £
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