Can you do anything if someone parks in front of your house?
We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsInvalid EmailIt can be one of the biggest bugbears in life when someone parks over your drive. No one wants to row with their neighbours, but it’s arguably one of the most frustrating things they could do. It’s understandable if it’s a temporary arrangement – say, if somebody is parked there while posting a letter, briefly visiting your neighbour, or dropping off their child. But, if they are always there, it can be a real burden. And, unfortunately, we have some bad news – there’s little you can do about it. The street parking outside your home isn’t a ‘legal entitlement’ just because you live there. See where the Highways Code says you can’t park below In fact, if you live in a town centre or built up area, where parking is at a premium, people blocking your driveway aren’t actually (technically) doing anything wrong. The police are often keen to remind people that it’s not their ‘right’ to park in front of their house – un