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Cars parked on pavement

Reported in the Illegal parking category anonymously at 10:49, Mon 23 November 2015

Sent to Southampton City Council 1 minute later

Cars parked on the pavement between Bernard Street and Latimer Street frequently obstruct public footway and dropped kerbs, and often completely block access for the disabled etc. This has been going on for some months now - reported to police and local councillor - no reply or result

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 10:46, Tue 22 December 2015

  • Automatic email response from Southampton City Council - no reply option, indicated some response would be made within 5 days - so far ....... nothing more! problem has got worse as more motorists see the possibility of free parking with nothing being done about it. So much for safe public spaces!

    Posted anonymously at 10:46, Tue 22 December 2015

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 10:50, Tue 26 January 2016

  • No response from Southampton City Council except the automatic complaint received - no reply, email.

    Posted anonymously at 10:50, Tue 26 January 2016

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 15:26, Thu 3 March 2016

  • No response from city council except the initial automatic acknowledgement of the original complaint. Situation has got worse - seeing that nothing has been done more cars are being parked in the space - now 6 cars and 2 motorbikes. ironically public car park (120) spaces is only 20 metres away - but you have to pay!

    Posted anonymously at 15:26, Thu 3 March 2016

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 09:47, Mon 18 April 2016

  • No response at all from anyone re City Council

    Posted anonymously at 09:47, Mon 18 April 2016

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