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Parking on double yellows and extremely difficult for me and 3 other residents to pull out onto the road

Reported in the Car parking category anonymously at 14:00, Sat 9 September 2017

Sent to Bassetlaw District Council 5 minutes later

New tanning shop opened up which has attracted a lot of cars from Monday-Saturday. But cars are parking on double yellows which are double yellows to allow ease of pulling out of 2 streets for many residents (4 resident on my street only, there's maybe about 20 on the other street which is church lane) that are difficult to pull out of without cars! This is getting a joke now after nearly having a collision a few weeks back with a car that was speeding but due to cars parked all down both sides including in front of the shop which is to the left of my junction as pulling out, I couldn't see if there was a car coming or not! Please help, we need more double yellows and these people to be fined!

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  • Accident just almost happened screeching. My partners dad who is a neighbour just creeped out and yet another car parked on double yellows. Pulled out and a car nearly went into side of him he had to pull up on other side of road CURB where other people park where there are NO double yellows where people park luckily there was no car there. If there was the cars would have collided.

    Posted anonymously at 18:16, Wed 13 September 2017

  • BOTH cars actually blocked out entrance and exit! This is becoming rediculous!

    Posted anonymously at 12:25, Saturday 5 May 2018

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