Old 8th Oct 2006, 15:05
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Join Date: Jul 2003
Location: London
Posts: 402
One possible solution. Clamp the Clampitts!
Police officers are frequently called to deal with disputes between motorists and private contractors after a vehicle has been wheel clamped after parking without permission on private land. The main concern of an officer called to such an incident will be to stop a breach of the peace, as this is usually a civil matter, not a police matter. If there are adequate signs clearly displayed on the land saying that vehicles parked without consent will be clamped, and stating the fee required for the clamp to be removed, the act of clamping will probably be lawful
It might be worth talking to the rest of the residents, and looking into what type of signs you need. Just the signs might be enough to stop unwelcome parking.
Do a "google", and you will also find plenty of licenced clamping companies who I'm sure would be willing to help.
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