Pavement parking: Residents set to back changes as they are 'fed up' with blocked paths

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    Residents in West Norfolk have attacked drivers who stop on the side of the path which leaves locals forced to “walk in the road”. One local from Dersingham village near Kings Lynn said she fears “cars could come along” the road when they are on it avoiding parked traffic.

    It could see road users issued a £70 fine for stopping their vehicles half on and half off the kerbs if the rule is passed.

    The move is set to be backed by many residents in villages and towns after a surge of parking complaints from residents.

    Sarah Bristow, the Parish Clerk for Dersingham Parish Council said she had received comments about a range of parking problems near the coast.

    However, she confirmed no formal complaints have been received meaning officials may not be aware of the problem.



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