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Multiple Royal Mail vans illegally parking every day

Reported via desktop in the Car parking category anonymously at 14:13, Wed 18 November 2020

Sent to Bristol City Council less than a minute later

Every day during the school run these vans all park illegally even though they have their own carpark behind the postoffice. This causes huge disruption to traffic in and of itself, however I have seen a number of near misses where people cant get their pushchairs through so go out into the road. As cars cannot see round other vans they don't see the pedestrians step out. Its only a matter of time before there is a serious accident with either a mother, baby and/or child. This needs to be addressed immediately please. I suggest sending round the traffic wardens that put parking tickets on the cars in Westbury Village it would soo stop it and raise money for the council. I shall also be writing to my local MP Darren Jones and local newspaper. Best regards Matt

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  • Still the same every day. I don’t understand why they are not being ticketed, that would stop them and make it safer for the school run

    Posted anonymously at 14:42, Wed 16 December 2020
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Still no contact from anyone on this and they are still there every day. If this is allowed, then can I park there with impunity or will I get a ticket?

    Posted anonymously at 09:18, Thu 14 January 2021
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Still the same

    Posted anonymously at 12:43, Thu 11 February 2021
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • If the issue still exists, please review the location and the description and let us know by creating a new enquiry on FixMyStreet

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 17:25, Wednesday 11 May 2022

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