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Hi All

I a new here and have a question to ask and is as follows

I have a freehold property that shares a driveway with a leasehod property,I have a right of way over provided I pay towards its maintainance.

My partner is disabled and his vehicle is parked round the rear,I admit he uses it infrequently,once or twice a month and a ramp at the rear that is used in a similar manner ,we dont have a disabled bay but sure we could.

The leasehold property owner parks over the drive so as to block access ,as do visitors sometimes.

What is the law regarding this would the police be able to be involved,towing away in the extreme.

Before i involve expense could anybody advise me.

Regards

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As far as I am aware you can request that the police attend to deal with a vehicle that is obstructing access to or from your property via a dropped kerb. Whilst a disabled bay might highlight the fact that a disabled person needs to park close to a property, they are rarely enforceable - similarly if the Council agree to paint a white line across the dropped kerb, they are advisory only.

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Hi thanks for reply,im not so sure the police can help,I did ask a pcso, and he was of a view if the obstruction was on the road the dropped curb,but on the privatly owned drive they could only request it be moved

any thoughts

regards

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dropped curb or not does'nt matter blocking access onto a property your vehicle may be removed by the police .

i know i had one removed from outside my house for that exact same reason, p.s i have no dropped curb.

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Have you tried talking to them or put up notices, not to park or block drive as required for disabled access?

most people would take notice.

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