Parking problem won’t go away

PUBLISHED: 14:57 20 November 2009 | UPDATED: 12:21 10 June 2010

Further to my correspondence two weeks ago regarding illegal parking on pavements, I have come across another couple of areas where motorists are blatantly parking on the pavement and, in some cases, leaving no room for people to walk, let alone women wi

Further to my correspondence two weeks ago regarding illegal parking on pavements, I have come across another couple of areas where motorists are blatantly parking on the pavement and, in some cases, leaving no room for people to walk, let alone women with buggies and the disabled.

The two areas are the top of Bradham Lane and also Ashleigh Road. The trouble is because of the poor presence of policing and the council's excuses, and turning their backs on the problem.

It seems to me the attitude is the complaints will go away if we ignore it, unless a serious accident happens.

Philip Price,

135 Egremont Road,

Exmouth.


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