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Pavement obstruction on Woodcombe Crescent
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Joined: Mar 2005
Post: #1
03-06-2010 12:54 PM

Should anyone need to report cars obstructing the pavement on Woodcombe Crescent (and by obstructing I mean blocking the entire right of way).

You may find this number for Lewisham Council helpful - 020 8297 3599 - as it took me sometime to find and get through to the appropriate Dept.

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Post: #2
07-06-2010 09:32 AM

I remember parking on a pavement years ago and getting a stern ticking off from a patroling policeman (remember those), he told me that pedestrians could happily walk over my car as it was blocking the pavement.

Now that's more than likely not the case but I have never done it again.

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Joined: Oct 2007
Post: #3
07-06-2010 10:06 AM

You are more likely now to find policemen parked in their car on the pavement being ticked off by locals for obstructing the pavement!

What about bins? I walk down Willow Way, our sad runner up in the Pool talent contest and there is a pinchpoint opposite the pub on Tuesday mornings when about 15 bins are placed outside the flats combined with cars on the pavement which make it impossible to push a buggy down the street. On other days it is just the cars. There is no proper pavement on the other side.

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