Car blocking disabled access/pavement
Reported in the Car parking category by B Christine at 12:37, Tuesday 23 January 2018
Sent to Leeds City Council 2 minutes later
This commuter driver. Continues to park dangerously on a blind bend, from burley road to wolseley road. Blocking access to dropped kerb for disabled & prams
Makes difficult to leave our drive safely.
Car continue's to block dropped kerb, disabled access.
Posted anonymously at 08:26, Friday 26 January 2018
Commuter car continues to block disabled access/dropped kerb. Mon- Fri 8am-5am.
Posted by B Christine at 14:37, Tuesday 30 January 2018
Poor response. This car blocking dropped kerb also cause an obstruction for all cars exiting 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 Wolseley road. Parking on a blind bend, has today now moved further down our private estate & blocking and restricting vision at another blind bend. Unacceptable for parking all day, every day and inconveniencing residents of Wolseley Road. This no thoroughfare estate needs protecting from commuters (as above car) & students. Permit's along Willow Road, Burley road have now just pushed the commuter/student problems to our quiet cul de sac, where residents only have 1 parking space per house in the first instance. Pushing commuter's & students into our home is causing major inconvenience & danger. The entrance to Wolseley Road needs double yellow lines (as on Burley Road)and markings to stop this commuter parking (and future commuter's/students) on the blind bend. It's an accident waiting to happen.
Posted by B Christine at 13:50, Tuesday
Still open, via questionnaire
Car still blocking the entirety of dropped kerb today. as I'm disabled cannot access pavement on my disabled scooter. This pavement also access's local schools & means parent's are having restricted vision crossing at the back of this car or in front which means children are in danger from vehicles entering wolseley road, that cannot see them on this blind bend.
Posted anonymously at 09:44, Wednesday
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