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Barnet residents erect their own safety stickers to tackle parking problems

16th December 2010 | Warning Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens.

Residents of a Barnet borough have attached their own safety stickers at the entrance to a Marks and Spencer car park after frustration that the retailer and Barnet Council have failed to act over a driving problem.

Members of Mill Hill's Hale Association are concerned that motorists are waiting on the pavement to get into the car park, reported.

One of the association's members was nearly run over when a car that was waiting to enter the parking area rolled back onto the pavement.

The cars are also blocking up the pavement, obstructing pedestrians.

"We decided to take matters into our own hands as we were getting nowhere. It is a danger and this is not the end of it, more needs to be done," Christopher Cole, the vice chairman, told the news provider.

"We want the council or M&S to paint a box junction on the pavement to tell drivers not to wait over it."

In response, Marks and Spencer said it was aware of the problem and had installed new signage to improve the situation, as well as working with its car park attendant.

Recently, residents in Brighton made their own warning signs to spread the news about a campaign to combat antisocial behaviour at a park in the city.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800295233-ADNFCR


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