alistair_thomas wrote:Neighbours who think they have a right to park outside there house all the time, grrrr!
Can understand if they're parking outside your
house all the time but they should be allowed to park outside their own, I would've thought.
My girlfriend's boss gave her a lift home last night and they waited outside the flat in her car as I was making my way home (I had the flat keys). Bloke next door comes out, asks if she is parking their as his wife is on her way home and needs the space (bear in mind that there were plenty of other spaces nearby). My girlfriend's boss says she'll go in a minute once I'm back, then the bloke says 'actually can you go now?' - no please, or indeed a thank you when she pulled forward to create more room.
These are also the same neighbours who leave a traffic cone in their 'space' when they go out.
To top it all off, my flat mate went out in his car earlier and couldn't park back where he was before as the lady next door decided to park her car effectively taking up two spaces (not allocated as such, but you could fit another car in easily if she pulled forward a little).
Apparently they also used to leave nasty notes on the cars of the students who used to live here.
I do agree that it would be nice to park outside your house all the time, but to expect to do so and rudely demand that others move is taking the censored.