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I was hoping someone could help, I own a leasehold garage and currently there is always someone parked infront of my garage door. I have left notes but as its pretty convenient people ignore them and park there anyway. I need access to the garage most mornings so this is becoming a bit of a pain.
What is the freeholders responsibility here? I would suggest putting posts up to stop people parking there but of course not being my land I'm stuck. I have offered to purchase the freehold so I can enforce parking myself but my offer was refused.
I think the devil will be in the detail of the Lease you hold for the Garage.
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The lease doesnt mention anything about this as they eventually move them however they seem to go to work later than I do so hence the issue.
If they re blocking your garage that is a non emergency call to the Police
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With respect that is rubbish, but nothing surprises me tbf. 100% you can report this. Surprisingly an empty drive is different, if you car was on it, that is a criminal offences, same as blocking a garage on a drive, or in a compound. The reason for the garage being an offence is someone could be in the garage and could be trapped. So Empty drive is different to drive with a car on it and or a drive with a garage
Hi, I understand that if you contact highways, even as a leaseholder, they will for a small fee put a special white line outside which restricts any parking in front of the garage.
Thanks all. I'll speak to the freeholder again. I dont see what a white line will do as its generally overnight im pretty sure no one would enforce it. I'll have a lawyer read the lease and see if they can find anything in it which highlights that they need to enforce parking.