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There may have been something about this in the WH Times recently. I didn't see the whole article but I think it was something to do with the RVC saying that the students couldn't park their cars in the RVC car park any more. This was the article which was accompanied by a picture of a student lying in the road surrounded by other students protesting.I may be wrong of course.........
and just to hinder the situation even more a white car has been parked for several weeks at another passing point near the bottom of Hawkshead on the bend.
Just for your information, this is a privately owned car parked on a privately owned peice of land. In both cases the owner is the same person. It is a bit like you parking your own car on your own drive
Since when has 'a passing point' been privately owned? Surely it is there for the use of all road users
When we all got stickers on our cars for parking on the verges, which i still can't get off my window, we were told to park on the road by the council as we are not breaking any laws by doing so.
Perhaps it should also be an offence for homeowners to place large lumps of unsightly concrete along the grass verges as an alternative to building a proper boundary wall.
That is the point I am trying to make, it is not a passing place it is a piece of land owned by one of the properties in Hawkshead Lane and it used to have their garage on it. That would make it their driveway to their garage, however the garage is no longer there. I think that entitles them to park their car there.
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