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As the lane narrows to a single lane on a blind bend almost at ther bottom of the lane just before the last 3 houses

Reported via mobile in the Parking in a restricted space category anonymously at 18:19, Tuesday 11 June 2024

Sent to Buckinghamshire Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 6095138.

Willetts lane is a dead end which goes from 2 lanes to one single track past 3 residenses to a dead end the lane is largely a series of blind bends, currently hgvs Park overnight along the lane and leave trailers for days blocking one side of the road and obstructing the blind bends making it very dangerous especially at night as there is no street lighting.the hgv drivers dump rubbish and urinate and delicate in the road. At the bottom of the lane where it goes to one track on a blind bend cars park.Road Traffic Act 1988, Leaving a vehicle in a dangerous position is an offense. This includes parking a car on a blind bend or next to a humpback bridge. It could also cover parking on a pavement, causing pedestrians to enter a busy road to get by.

Rule 243 of the Highway Code States that we must not stop or park on a bend unless forced to do so by stationary traffic. Stopping or parking on a bend is considered leaving your car in a dangerous position because it can cause unnecessary obstruction of the road

Safety Considerations: • When you park on a blind bend, it obstructs the view for other road users, making it difficult for them to see oncoming traffic. • Imagine a situation where a parked vehicle blocks the view around a bend. As a result, drivers approaching from either direction cannot see each other until it’s too late, leading to potential collisions.

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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 18:19, Tuesday 11 June 2024

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