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Despite popular thoughts, no one actually has a legal right to park on the road outside their house, unless they have a designated parking bay such a a disabled bay.
You are allowed to park outside a neighbours or any other house as long as you wish, so long as the car is taxed and not abandoned.
However, If someone is blocking your driveway, or their wheel is over the dropped kerb, they are committing a parking offence and can be ticketed.
A strange twist of the law, but I would not recommend it because it is confrontational, it is NOT an offence for you to actuated park your car in your neighbour front garden parking space.
It is a civil matter of trespass. As the car would be off the road, the council would not come and move it as long as it is taxed and not abandoned. The Police, would acknowledge that it is a trespass but that is civil and not their responsibility. The neighbour would actually have to go to court to obtain an eviction notice to have the car removed. The neighbour would not be able to move it and if they did could be liable to criminal damage.
So next time they are being inconsiderate and parking outside your property when they have plenty of space of their own? I am sure that would cause a lot of head shaking.
But just to remind you, yes blocking a driveway could lead to a ticket.