Woman, 64, fined £250 for ‘pathetic’ parking with neighbours

A Chesterfield woman has been fined £250 and a year-long ban after she was seen hitting a post by her neighbours.

The 64-year-old’s delivery truck protruded over a neighbor’s parking space, forcing them to take additional measures.

Parker has been caught on camera twice for the offence


Parker has been caught on camera twice for the offenceCredit: PA: Press Association

In a report complained by Derbyshire Times, the case was heard at Chesterfield Magistrates Court and explains the long-running dispute between Parker and her neighbour.

The controversy first began when Parker’s neighbors, who have not been named, placed a retractable cotton ball to prevent their space from being taken up.

An incident started happening and the neighbor installed a camera.

The cameras then caught Parker pulling on a pole while trying to unlock the lock by kicking it when he failed to do so.

In addition to playing cards, Parker was also secretly filmed placing a piece of plaster on a neighbor’s kitchen window to reduce the view of the camera.

Parker explains that she does this to avoid being filmed while changing camping batteries.

Prosecutor Neill Fawcett said: “Two times she dragged the post from side to side and in some way interfered with it – she seemed to be obsessed with it.”

When Parker moved into her home for the first time in November 2020, things were going well with her neighbor.

“They would greet each other and be relatively friendly,” Fawcett said.

“But Mrs. Parker had an adult van and it was clearly pulling into the parking lot outside her home (claimant’s home).”

The court that ruled against Parker with Jude County Andrew Davison told the court: “It is pathetic to have a case like this before a criminal court.”

Speaking to Parker, he said: “You’re 64 years old and there are other ways to deal with this.

“The starting point is to think about your neighbor and whether it is appropriate to have such a large vehicle there.”

Parker received a one-year ban and a £250 fine.

She also had to pay £150 for the damaged post and £300 in court fees.

What rights do you have when parking in a neighbor’s driveway?

Having a loophole means anyone can park in your nest.

If a car is parked on a public road and blocks your driveway, the local government can impose a fine.

However, if a car enters your driveway, local government has no power.

This is because your driveway is private property and local councils have no jurisdiction.

If the vehicle has been left behind while driving, the council is required to move it, regardless of whether it is publicly or privately owned.

A three-year parking argument between neighbors ended in mockery.

A man had towed by neighbor’s car to park in his driveway.

Neighbors spent £110,000 on £4,000 parking.

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