Illegal Parking at Kingbur Place

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Kingbur Place parking
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Kingbur Place parking

Illegal parking continues causing problems at Kingbur Place.

Offenders keep blocking the entrance to Kingbur Place which is not only annoying but also highly dangerous. A situation arising where emergency services need to access residents living there and are blocked from doing so could have serious consequences.

Offenders parking their vehicles there also make it impossible to get a clear view leaving Kingbur Place leaving residents at increased risk of a car accident.

Please be more responsible when parking your vehicle and park sensibly. Thank you for your cooperation.

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