|Topic:||Re:Suspended parking - Ealing|
|Posted by:||Richard Jennings|
|"Does anyone know whether suspension applies to crossovers?"|
It probably depends on what is on the road at your crossover. Is it part of a parking bay or is there a yellow line to protect your crossover?
As far as I can see from Google Street View, most of the crossovers on The Avenue have a parking bay running past them, with a white line against the crossover. The following assumes that this applies to your crossover.
The white line is purely advisory. Any vehicle can legally park there during the zone B controlled hours provided they have a valid permit. Outside controlled hours, parking at the crossover is not allowed.
If the removals van is part of the project that has caused the suspension, they may legally park across your crossover, but I'm sure they would cooperate if you wanted to drive in or out of your property.
I'm not entirely sure about the status of the crossover outside controlled hours during the suspension period. Ealing say that suspensions apply 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Do the suspension signs contain any times?
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Suspended parking - Ealing||11/01/16 09:07:00||Johanne Coker|
|Re:Suspended parking - Ealing||11/01/16 09:56:00||Mary Oppe|
|Re:Suspended parking - Ealing||11/01/16 12:45:00||Richard Jennings|