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Construction blocking garage

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The people who bought the house next door are remodelling and their builders despite numerous requests continue to block the entire front of my house several times a day with their skip removal truck to the point that I can not exit or enter my garage or front door. Can I stop them parking there (double yellow lines on mews street in Kensington ) ?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Property Law
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Expert:  Remus2004 replied 5 years ago.
Thank your for your question. I will try to help with this.

If this genuinely does block your exit to the public highway then that is obstructing the highway and that is an offence for which the police can issue a fixed penalty fine.

Its not likely that the local Council would be interested unfortunately as its the police's remit but certainly they can take action if there is a genuine obstruction.

Hope this helps.