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Disabled Bays

Reported anonymously at 08:51, Sun 17 October 2021

3 disabled bays in street. 2 of them are drastically faded. 1 new one painted recently over a junction and access to garages? it has house number 32 painted on it and person who uses it doesn't ever display a badge or let other disabled residents park there and also obscures access to garages. The bay extends across the whole boundary of their property and is a small small car with no wheelchair or scooter etc. Other 2 disabled bays in the street getting parked in by able residents in work vans leaving the people in disabled bungalows with no access to their homes when they arrive home from hospital appointments and getting abused by owners of said vans or lady of bay number 32. Have reported over a year ago but problem is getting worse and abused. Please fix this ASAP.



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