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Company vans parking on read entail road

Reported in the Car parking category by Lisa Dabinett at 21:30, Mon 13 June 2016

Sent to Hillingdon Borough Council 5 minutes later

These company vans are illegally parked on a residential road. It is a T junction small little road, there is hardly any room for residential parking as it is without these company vans taking all the spaces. Also when these vans are pocked adjacent to each other, it make the road extremely narrow!

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  • School buses should not be parked here either!

    Posted by Lisa at 21:31, Mon 13 June 2016

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 22:10, Mon 11 July 2016

  • The council are not interested in fixing this problem. They would rather the street become a pay and display street.

    Posted by Lisa Dabinett at 22:10, Mon 11 July 2016

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 22:58, Mon 8 August 2016

  • The council are being extremely awkward

    Posted by Lisa Dabinett at 22:58, Mon 8 August 2016

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 23:19, Mon 5 September 2016

  • The council are being ridiculously unhelpful and just want to add parking meters which won't help the problem. More interested in making money than sorting out anything!

    Posted by Lisa Dabinett at 23:19, Mon 5 September 2016

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 23:39, Mon 3 October 2016

  • Council won't even respond about the issue

    Posted by Lisa Dabinett at 23:39, Mon 3 October 2016

  • Alarm noise from this estate today at 17.55 and last saturday 13th 18.45. It happened regularly a couple of years ago and seems to have started again. The factory was called AQUA-PURGE, do not know if it is still called this, we had to get security from our flats to contact them as it was very annoying for residents especially those on the upper flats as the noise carries. It is so loud we have to close all our windows as it just keeps going until it runs flat.

    Posted anonymously at 18:27, Fri 19 May 2017

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