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Residents of 54 Stanley Road have been illegally parking Cars at entrance of Lynwood Crescent and partially blocking access to Lynwood Crescent. This is very serious as it blocks access to any emergency vehicles and council vehicles who have to pick disabled residents up every day..

Reported in the Car parking category anonymously at 01:08, Sat 22 July 2017

Sent to Calderdale Borough Council 2 minutes later

The occupants of number 54 Stanley Road, are parking their vehicles at the entrance of Lynwood Crescent. There are clear solid white lines at the entrance of the street which indicate that cars should not be parked on these so that the entrance does not get blocked. But the two sons and a duaghter of the occupants of number 54 totally ignore these and park their vehicles partially blocking the access to to Lynwood Crescent even if there is ample parking space near by. This has caused problems a number of times as there are old people and disabled residents living in this CULDESAC. A number of times the council transport bus which picks up some disabled residents in the CULDESAC could not get access to the street. This is a serious problem because if an emergency occurs such as a fire or person falling ill and calling ambulance then there will be problem for emergency vehicles accessing the street. The residents of 54 Stanley road have been asked on numerous occasions politely not to park here but instead of taking this into consideration they have been very threatening to the people living on this street. The two sons of the residents of 54 Stanley Road have been threatening on a number of occasions and the elderly and disabled residents are very afraid to come forward as these people park expensive cars every day and have connections to people who deal in illegal substances. We would be really grateful if the council could do something about this and enforce the law by sending out an inspector or some person from the law to deal with this.

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