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Cars parking on the pavement blocking it

Reported in the Car parking category anonymously at 19:18, Thu 5 March 2015

Sent to Nottingham City Council 1 minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 599807.

Cars park on the pavement outside the care home and are there all day and into the evening. Been like this for at least a year. There is no need to park on the pavement as a car can't park on the other side of the road nor is there a pavement opposite for pedestrians. Have to squeeze past or walk in the road, no chance if you have a pushchair or wheelchair - you'd think as their residents use wheelchairs they might have considered this!

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 20:25, Thu 2 April 2015

  • Current problem

    Posted anonymously at 20:25, Thu 2 April 2015

  • I was going to report this but I can see it has already been reported. It is getting worse - as you can see from the photo above they are barely leaving enough room for one person to squeeze past, anyone with a pushchair etc is being forced onto the road with no pavement opposite. This is a daily problem from dawn until late night. There would be nothing stopping them parking on the main road which has no restrictions and is much wider rather than causing such a problem on this road.

    Posted anonymously at 15:19, Mon 14 May 2018

  • Additional photo

    Posted anonymously at 15:22, Mon 14 May 2018

  • This is a forgotten part of the Arnold Service Road. Drivers use the road to avoid the speed cameras on the main road making it very unsafe for pedestrians. If the cameras are switched off like many in Nottingham, why do we have to suffer with the high speeding cars? There are always cars parked at the corner of Torbay Crescent, forcing pedestrians to walk on the street with prams, wheelchairs, dogs. Cars and trucks need to go over the opposite pavement to get through. Is it really so expensive to improve the signs on this road?? The small 20 miles per hour can barely be seeing and there are no double yellow lines at the corner to stop drivers parking irresponsibly.

    Posted anonymously at 09:30, Mon 13 May 2019

  • On a daily basis if he doesn't park over your driveway he parks where every he wants too

    Posted anonymously at 10:33, Sun 4 April 2021

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