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Large vehicle constantly parked opposite turning

Reported via desktop in the Abandoned vehicles category anonymously at 17:23, Thu 26 August 2021

Sent to Vale of White Horse District Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 2961069.

A large flatbed lorry with crashed cars/banger racing cars on the back of it is constantly parked directly opposite the turning into Stockham Park, from Stockham Way. This vehicle obstructs vision for vehicles approaching in both directions, and for vehicles trying to turn in or out of the Stockham Park turning. It is dangerous, it is an eyesore, it leaks oil all over the road, it is barely clear of the school zigzag "no parking" lines, and it makes driving round there - already bad enough, with the school run mums cluttering up the road and parking all round the blind bend - absolutely dangerous.

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  • It's still there. It's very dangerous parked where it is, opposite a busy junction and outside a school. It's illegally parked and needs moving.

    Posted anonymously at 20:26, Sun 24 October 2021

  • VoWH council say "not our problem, parking issues are dealt with by the police". But parking enforcement has just been taken over by the council, so this response is unhelpful. Meanwhile we are stuck with trying to safely get past this hideous, dangerously-parked vehicle, and there is going to be a bad collision there one day. Let's hope it doesn't involve a schoolchild, or a mum unloading the kids, eh?

    Posted anonymously at 06:26, Mon 25 October 2021

  • Now the light that is parked underneath not working so now very dangerous as area dark

    Posted anonymously at 06:57, Tue 1 February 2022

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