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Someone is parking their vehicle illegally, who do I report this to?

Question:
Someone is parking their vehicle illegally, who do I report this to?
Answer:

The county council cannot legally prevent anyone from parking their vehicle on the public highway if there are no existing parking restrictions.

If there are no parking restrictions and vehicles are parked in contravention of the rules of the Highway Code the matter can be reported to the police who have access to powers enabling them to identify vehicle owners and issue on the spot fines if necessary.

Please see  our responsibilities to establish where you need to report the parking issue.

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