Thanks for your question.
Unless there are road markings to prohibit parking then not much you can do. Have you checked the title deeds, there may be something in the deeds restricting parking or obstructing the area.
If you have a pdf of the deeds I can check for you. You can reply to this message, click the paperclip icon to attach the document
The highway code states that one should not Park opposite an entrance to a property but this is guidance for courtesy reasons, it is not prohibited in law.
Your option may be the best option to secure access etc to your property.
Terry, to follow on, 156 in highway code says do not Park in passing places. Do not is a request for courtesy reasons. Only in highway code where it says must not means it is prohibited by law, you then get the reference at the end of the paragraph.
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You can refer s 156 of the highway code to the person parking in the passing place however if they continue there is not much you can do about it. As I said it is not prohibited legally.
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