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Reported in the Car parking category by peter tucker at 10:28, Mon 4 April 2011

Sent to North Kesteven District Council 1 minute later

Having lobbied the residents of franklin crescent it is clear that the parking facilities are wholly inadequate for the amount of vehicles forcing residents to park ont the grass verges or two deep blocking other vehicles from leaving the crescent parking on the verges is leading to them being torn up leaving deep ruts making the area looking like a dump having spoken to residents we are all agreed action needs to be taken regarding this issue as the verges are dangerous to walk on . i cannot myself park on the strip of land beside my property because of the number of cars in th crescent .the verges further up the street have been taken out to allow more parking spaces franklin crescent seems to have been overloked

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  • since my first email nothing has been done about the problem and no one has been to see me regarding this issue the residents agree that the next step is to contact the local papers and our local mp to highlight this problem which we can see is only going to get worse as the population of the crescent increases.

    Posted by peter tucker at 14:56, Wed 4 May 2011

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 14:56, Wed 4 May 2011

  • this automated email does not help the situation regarding the parking we need action not emails if the residents of franklin crescent stopped paying council tax a response would be swift i would assume.
    this website informative as it is, is pointless as it clearly
    won't fix the parking problem here.

    Posted by peter tucker at 17:59, Wed 1 June 2011

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 17:59, Wed 1 June 2011

  • Street Parking now provided.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Jayme Sellars at 20:46, Thursday 8 March 2018

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