Who would you report this to?

When my colleagues and I are out and about patrolling the subject of cars parked on dropped kerbs and blocking access often comes up.

Dropped kerbs are put in place for two reasons: to allow access and/or to indicate to the visually impaired where to cross the road (tactile paving is used to indicate to the visually impaired where a kerb has been dropped).

Image of car parked on a dropped kerb.

In the photograph above the dropped kerb has been put in place to allow the resident(s) to access their driveway. This week I’d like to find out who you think you should report an issue like this to, so have come up with the poll below for you all to take part in.


The correct answer will be posted here next week.

 

 

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