“Sherford bosses have sought to calm a brewing storm over parking arrangements in the town amid claims there’s not enough spaces available for everyone.
Neighbours say it’s a daily ‘nightmare’ trying to find somewhere legitimate to leave their car overnight in the new-build South Hams town.
Some are even being forced to break a town covenant which bars anyone from leaving their cars on the High Street at night because there’s too many cars per household lining the streets, it’s claimed. …”
Why isn’t this addressed in planning? Is there no power or is it purely money driven. There is no excuse for new towns having this problems, inadequate parking is well recognised as a reason for neighbourhood disputes and should be planned out. Cranbrook being our own example.