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having paid £650 to have mine done so I can park off road and in my garden, its really gets me when people drive over the kerb to park in there's <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angry.gif" alt="" />

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There is not really much you can do. i'm afraid to say.

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but on the other hand people like me wont park over you driveway!

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my neighbours friend is a solicitor and when they decided to park across my drive whilst my car was on the driveway,said I know the law that I mustnt park there but just wanted to get you to make me move, <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angry.gif" alt="" />

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my neighbours friend is a solicitor and when they decided to park across my drive whilst my car was on the driveway,said I know the law that I mustnt park there but just wanted to get you to make me move, <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angry.gif" alt="" />

What a vindictive, twisted bar steward!

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To drop the kerb, you MUST have planning permissiom.

If this is granted and the built, it becomes your property and you have the right to protect it.

Incidently, driving OVER a pavement to APPROACH your drive IS an offence !

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This was my point in the first place, driving over the kerb, Morrison




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