Freer crescent leading to apple tree close
Reported via mobile in the Abandoned vehicles category anonymously at 22:28, Saturday 2 January 2021
Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later
Cars are constantly parking on the junction of freer crescent and apple tree close blocking the ability to swing Into or out of appletree close. Cars are parking In and over a marked hashed area that shows do Not park as well as in front of wooden bollards placed to discourage parking. Bin collections are often missed and It is a constant struggle to get a normal sized car through the gap. An ambulance Or fire engine will not be able To get access to apple Tree where there are 20 houses. We need parking regulations on freer crescent to keep us safe on apple tree during an emergency where we may need an ambulance or fire engine and also allow for our bin lorries to get up the road. The ‘emergency access’ road is always constantly Blocked also. Please we need this to be looked at. A transit van would not get passed the corner as the swing into apple Tree is tight with cars illegally parking on the other side of the road so an emergency vehicle has no hope in which I have evidence of an ambulance stuck previously on freer crescent. Freer crescent Was adopted by the council and is now council responsibility. There used to be parking restrictions to stop This and this has stopped since The council took freer crescent over with people Using the road to park instead of their allocated parking bays or visitor bays under The flats.
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