I think it unlikely that you would get parking for one car for every house. The court will not simply grant an easement because there is already a statutory mechanism for doing that, the Prescription Act and the Common law remedy, the doctrine of Lost Modern Grant. Therefore, if you succeed, you will succeed in stopping parking for everyone in one part of your action and removing the garden in another part but they would be two separate actions subjected to two separate decisions.
If that’s what you want, then you would first write a letter to everyone who parks/neighbours telling them of your proposal. Remember that if you lose, faced thousands of pounds of legal costs and this legal bill could easily be £10,000 or even £20,000.
It is always wise to speak anyone first.
They receive the injunction application, they don’t countersue but defend.
Your action is that your right-of-way over this land is substantially obstructed.
If you are not going to use a solicitor to save costs which is quite understandable, I would certainly get a barrister to give you an opinion on the likely chance of success and to settle proceedings.
Can I clarify anything else for you?
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