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The council have confirmed that the bay which was previously a disabled space is no longer the case, due to the person having moved. It is now an advisory bay, not a disabled bay. However; there is one person who has ‘claimed’ this as his own, even suggesting it’s his disabled bay, and makes others feel uncomfortable for parking there. If the marking for this bay can be removed, this would solve this. Otherwise, can a sign be placed on the lamppost which is directly next to the bay. The only disabled bay is number 35, not the one which is opposite the flats. The bay is on opposite side of number 87. It is the one closes to number 30.

Reported via mobile in the Parking in a restricted space category anonymously at 07:48, Wednesday 20 March 2024

Sent to Buckinghamshire Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5740561.

The bay which used to be for a disabled person use is no longer a disabled bay. However, markings are still there. This bay, close to number 30, is being wrongly ‘claimed’ by one individual who is falsely misleading others to make them think it’s his personal disabled parking; of course no disabled badge is displayed, as he himself would know that it is not his or anyones disabled space; anyone should freely be able to park there without intimidation from this individual.

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  • This has been passed to the Parking Services Team.

    Subject to available resources, a civil enforcement officer (traffic warden) will go and assess, and if a vehicle is parked in contravention of a parking restriction, a penalty charge notice may be issued.

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 07:48, Wednesday 20 March 2024

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