25 May 2013

Bank Holiday parking enforcement

Even Mr Mustard was confused by the guidance on the Barnet Council website about Bank Holiday enforcement and so he suggested a simple solution which was to put up a list of contravention types and whether they are enforced or not on Bank Holidays. The council have listened as they know that what Mr Mustard says often makes sense.

Should that be "Residents' bays" or to avoid the apostrophe problem, "Bays for residents".

Please don't block the dropped kerb of someone you don't know on a Bank Holiday or block a cycle lane or make it hard for the blind or people pushing a wheelchair or a pram to use the pavement.

Double parking is defined by the whole of your car being more than 50cm from the kerb.

You don't have to go to a shopping centre on Monday, you can go to one of our many High Streets and park for free. Yippee. Help keep trade local.

Yours frugally

Mr Mustard

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