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    You wouldn't get any tangible help on contacting to whosoever before reaching to a point of physical altercation. But fortunately there are few instincts which most often are turned out very effectual though very rarely might exacerbate the whole matter. According to it, simply try to park your car in a position which block his/her driver door whilst remaining within your own parking bay. Despite above sounds unethical but some creatures are impervious to ethicality and only understand this language. And a single bollard won't work unless you install three of these.


      Originally posted by Self sufficient View Post
      And a single bollard won't work unless you install three of these.
      So far, there is only a problem on one side of the parking space.


        I dont think your being quite fair. You have worked out spaces by dividing the entire space and allotting equal amounts of space, but the person on the end here, I think, should be given slightly more wiggle room to get into and out of their space where a brick wall is next to him and bins in the way. With my parking skills I would have a lot of trouble. And I'd be really peeved that you've come and drawn out spaces - including defacing the wall. If you and your tenant are having a problem I think you should all try and get together and find the best way forward and mark out spaces for you all that are fair, and then stick to them.


          Move the bins. They were put there by a request of a leaseholder.

          Just move the bins back to where they were, and write and tell everyone that is what is causng the 3 end cars problems parking if the one by the wall can't gat a decent run in.

          Problem solved.

          Let someone else put them back to where they are in the photo, then you can shout at them for bringing back the problem, so you move them away again.


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