Police clamped down on a car badly parked on a Buckinghamshire road, prompting residents to call for increased enforcement in other areas of the county.

Thames Valley Police shared an image of a BMW parked on a pavement on Langley Park Road in Iver this week after officers issued a Fixed Penalty Notice to the driver for causing obstruction after a woman pushing a buggy was forced to walk past in the road.

Obstructive parking has long been a contentious issue in Buckinghamshire, with residents and local officials expressing anger that careless drivers appear to continually get away with posing a danger to pedestrians and cyclists. 

Driving onto the pavement is a criminal offence unless gaining lawful access to a property or in an emergency and is enforceable by police.

Commenting on a social media post released by police detailing the force's response to the obstructive vehicle, some locals listed other areas around the county that they felt were not receiving sufficient remedial action.

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Simon Haven wrote: “Please come to High Wycombe, you’d have a field day here!”

Jo Weber added: “That’s standard in Hazlemere and Holmer Green and probably all over Wycombe. People think that if there are double yellow lines, parking fully on the pavement is acceptable. Just so wrong!”

Stan Jones commented: “This bad parking is happening everywhere. Far more publicity and more tickets are needed to bring it under control.”

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