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Car Parking on Pavement Sahrp Lane

Reported in the Car parking category anonymously at 14:03, Fri 1 September 2017

Sent to Kirklees Borough Council 2 minutes later

A black Audi has been parked on the pavement at the junction of Sharp Lane and Westgate in Almondbury for the past several days. It is forcing pedestrians into the road as the gap is too narrow to pass it on the pavement. The junction a is dangerous and narrow one. It also makes the turn into the Lane impassible for two cars and all the more dangerous for people on foot. Wide trucks have difficulty passing the car.

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  • Sharp Lane of course not Sahrp .

    Posted anonymously at 14:04, Fri 1 September 2017

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