Have you asked them to prove that they have purchased this space?
Have they ignored the request or refused?
How have they stopped anyone else parking there?
Have you seen the deeds to the space?
Who owns the space previously?
If we could have them background detail would assist please. Thank you
Can you please clarify what you are saying. I asked whether you’d asked them to prove that they’ve purchased this space and you said that the council have. Then you say that the land is owned by the council. Can you please clarify?
You say that they’ve ignored repeated requests to park there, do you mean repeated requests not to park there?
What is the mediation that you referred to?
You say that when you asked if you could park their you say you were forbidden to park next to them. Why don’t you just ignore what they say and simply park there anyway and what is the relevance of parking next to them?
You might want to consider CCTV or a padlock on the gate because firstly, if the dogs cause any incident, you don’t want to be liableand secondly because what they are doing is not only nuisance but also harassment. That is cause for you to go to the police.
If they keep blowing their horns while stationary, to get you to move, that is a motoring offence and that becomes a police matter.
If the local authority will not confirm that they have purchased the right to use this space, then they have no right to use the space and what you have been told by the police, to simply park their, is correct.
I am not certain what kind of remedy you are seeking.do you simply want to know whether they have bought this space or not? I can tell you how to do that. However if they haven’t, and you have proof that they haven’t, and the disabled spaces are first-come first-served, and you parked there because you are discovered they don’t own it,it may not stop the horn blowing.
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