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Parked vehicles all parked on RED ZONE on corner of old gym??

Reported in the Car parking category anonymously at 10:16, Fri 3 March 2017

Sent to Birmingham City Council 4 minutes later

The old gym 'curves' had absolutely loads of vehicles parked illegally on a red zone CORNER of the ever main busy Stratford Road, Hall Green. They were parked all over the place, pavement so pedestrians could not walk past, parked ON the actual corner so when driving past you had to swerve being a main opportunity for a major crash incident to take place??!! When I drove back that way roughly an hour later to come back home, I saw about 20 Muslim men all coming out of the old Curves Gym building? Coming out all at once, straight into their cars, walking across the road not even caring about the traffic?? ARE YOU KIDDING ME??!! When was planning permission submitted for this building agreed to be turned into a mosque?? Or a 'prayer centre' which is just a political term to use instead of 'mosque' so its gets accepted by councils and committees?! I'm absolutely sure there is more than enough local mosques about for those who attend one, to use some place else - somewhere with more parking and a safer location, not to to use some old gym that is inadequately situated on a CORNER of a busy main dual carriageway!!!! Are the police aware of this dangerous obstruction?? Where is the common sense????? Why is it that all old unused buildings around Solihull, Shirley and Hall Green now are being converted to 'Prayer Buildings'?? But gets camouflaged into saying they're 'Community Halls' - that's my favourite.

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