Just found the forum..and am I glad!! Can someone please give me some advice? I have jsut moved into a brand new house about 4 months ago. The house is mews style and has an open frontage and allocated parking. I am lucky that I have two allocated parking spaces which are directly on front of the house( and contained within the site plans and deeds for the property). I must admit, this was one of the reasons I bought the house in the first place. The problem is that my nextdoor neighbour also has allocated parking but this is not on front of her house...she therefore began to take liberties and park in my spaces...and so did here family and visitors. As we were all new to the deveopment there was no excuse as to where individual parking rights existed. As I did not want to be difficult I said nothing for a few weeks. However, the problem got worse so I went to my neighbour and was ver nice when I said that I would prefer if she did not park in my allocated spaces. She stopped for a bit and so did her visitors..then started again. I called the police as i felt they were not being respoectful...the police refused to get involved and said I could be prosecuted if I blocked their right of way. This frightened me !!!! it jsut seems to be that they show no consideration for my boundaries whatsoever. Also, owing to the open frontage of the property, there is a pathway directly across my kitchen window which is also my property( as per property deeds and site map). tomake matters worse..the nextdoor neghbour and her enterage of friends would walk passed the window in order to access her property and stare directly in the window. To remedy this I put some plant pots outside to stop the path being used as a communal pathway...tonite, I find that her visitors kicked the plant pots out of the way to gain access!! Help...what can I do??? I wouldnt mind but I have been very nice with them and non-confrontational to say the least. Worse still, my neighbours mother is a nightmare......she seems to be the one that causes the trouble with parking etc after I told her not to park on my property.
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