Several cars regularly parked completely on pavement blocking pushchair/wheelchair access
Reported in the Car parking category anonymously at 22:04, Wednesday 30 September 2020
Sent to Bristol City Council less than a minute later
Most days there are cars here blocking the pavement. They don't leave space to get a pushchair or wheelchair past.
Please, please report this to the police. Call 101. Provide details of make/model/reg number/colour. Any other details like worst time of days for motorists parking their cars on the pavement, would also be useful BTW, the reg numbers don’t need to be censored, they’re all public domain
Posted anonymously at 23:26, Wednesday 30 September 2020
You can also ring the Bristol Parking Services Control Team on 0117 903 8070 to report this.
Posted anonymously at 23:59, Wednesday 30 September 2020
It says on the community rules of this page that you must not post registration numbers. I was following the rules
Posted anonymously at 06:23, Thursday 1 October 2020
I could not see anything about registration numbers on the house rules page, (https://www.fixmystreet.com/ about/ house-rules). However, I did see the following: "Reports about anti-social behaviour, animal cruelty, parking offences, criminal activity etc should not be reported on FixMyStreet "
I guess we're off-piste now.
Regardless, are you going to contact the police about these motorists illegally parking their vehicles on the pavement? The other commenter is correct, they may come under council parking services, if there are double yellow lines adjacent.
Posted anonymously at 09:37, Thursday 1 October 2020
I have reported it. It says underneath the place where you post the photo not to include registration numbers so can you please get your priorities straight and focus on the illegally parked cars and the fact that I am trying to help out rather than not believing me when I say that it the kd me not to post number plates. I'm trying not to break any laws and you are having a go at me.
State changed to: Fixed
Posted anonymously at 16:20, Thursday 1 October 2020
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location. Please reference 2319535 in your new report if it is an update on this one.