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Parking on pavement

Reported via desktop anonymously at 21:41, Monday 12 February 2024

Sent to Hull City Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5568815.

Parking on pavement also double yellow lines obstructing the pavement,causing pedestrians to walk on the road to get passed ,also wheelchairs unable to pass and prams having to go on road to pass .. Black b m w , reg X7HGL…

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  • Duplicate enquiry, responded on previous report.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Customer Service Advisor Hull City Council at 05:15, Tuesday 13 February 2024

  • No this owner is still continuing to park his vehicle on the pavement and double yellow lines,his address is 32 Moorhouse Road Willerby Road hu55pp clearly he believes he’s entitled to park on the pavement and double yellow lines knowing nothing is preventing him ,a simple letter posted to this owner of black BMW X7 HGL address would result in him conforming to the Highway Code regulations and put and ent to this blatantly parking on the pavement and double yellow lines….

    State changed to: Open

    Posted anonymously at 22:47, Monday 11 March 2024
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Still happening down Moorhouse Road hu55pp White van parked on pavement and double yellow lines,obstructing the access to the visually impaired,disabled pedestrians ,wheelchair access and emergency services…

    Posted anonymously at 09:25, Tuesday 9 April 2024
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 09:31, Tuesday 7 May 2024

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