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afternoon everyone

We recently paid a fine isued by the local council when my son had parked as close as possible to the back doors of his work place.

This is a service road to various shops in the high street which has a fair amount of traffic / buses but virtually no pedestrians.

The shops are old so of all different depths & the curb behind the shops is no more than a couple of inches high in places. Many shops have their bins & the pubs their barrels stacked behind so encroching on the supposed pavement, which varies in width between about 3 or 4 feet &, in places no more than 18/20 inches.

Now, another colleague also has a ticket for the same offence.

So, my questions are these

1) is their a minimum height to constitute a footpath/pavement?

2) is their a minimum width to constitute a footpath/pavement?

We appealed the ticket but got nowhere with the council , but as I am now thinking this is used frequently to catch motorists - is there any recourse?

thanx for looking

Hector

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afternoon everyone

 

1) is their a minimum height to constitute a footpath/pavement?

2) is their a minimum width to constitute a footpath/pavement?

 

No, it can be level with the carriageway

No and it would not really matter since the ticket is most probably for parking on a footpath or a part of a road that is not carriageway. That means in essence if its not meant to be driven on its not meant to be parked on.

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sorry for late reply.

Thanx for the info, what you say makes perfect sense (unfortunately) - at least we won't make the same mistake again

cheers for the help

Hector

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