Do you have a copy of the title deeds?
Please upload. Can't advise without sight of deeds.
Thanks. ***** cannot read the text but can see the plan clearly. I presume that the parking is inside of the red line indicating the boundary of your property but on the shaded part indicating the shared access?
If the deeds say that parking / obstructing is prohibited thren the neighbour is in breach, assuming that the covenants are also on his title.
It may be possible to get the court to grant an injunction to prevent the parking from continuing, there is a cost involved and you may not be able to recover the cost from the neighbour.
You may wish to, in the first instance, obtain a copy of the neighbour's title deeds, highlight the appropriate restrictive covenant not to park/obstruct and kindly request that it ceases with immediate effect. you may also warn the neighbour that you can obtain a court injunction to stop the parking/obstruction if it continues.
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