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Portsmouth will remove and crush caravans left on-street

Patrick McDonnell

Portsmouth City Council is warning owners of caravans who leave them parked on streets that they face having them removed and crushed.

The council said caravans can take up valuable parking space on residential roads. The crackdown also applies to trailers and boats.

Under the new campaign, the council can place a legal notice on the property, warning that if it is not removed in 28 days, it will be taken into storage. Reclaiming the caravan involves paying a fee, starting at £60 for...

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