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Kirklees works with police on preventing pavement parking

Kirklees Council is to work with local police to tackle pavement parking abuses because it says the Department for Transport’s civil enforcement rules are too costly and will require lots of additional signs creating more street clutter.

Under Kirklees’ plans civil enforcement officers will place a warning notice on the windscreen of cars parked on pavements where there are no yellow lines. Vehicle details will be recorded on the council’s parking database and, after two...

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