Consultation begins on banning pavement parking in England

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    joss
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    Parking on pavements could be banned across England under government plans to ease journeys for disabled people and parents pushing prams.

    The practice is banned in London but elsewhere in the country it is only prohibited for lorries.

    The Department for Transport (DfT) is consulting on three options in relation to pavement parking: extending the London-style ban nationwide, making it easier for councils to prohibit pavement parking and giving councils the power to fine offenders.  Read on

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    c2clo
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    Just completed the survey, its not difficult and takes about 10 minutes.

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    alan1302
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    I always thought parking on the pavement was banned – just tended not to be enforced.

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    Graeme

    My ex wife will be miffed because she frequently parked on pavements even when she she thought that she wasn’t anywhere near to the kerb.

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