Category Archive: selfishparker

Feb 02 2015

Welldon Park Infant School Gets Tough on Parking

It’s been some time since we’ve published any Selfish Parkers on iharrow.com – unfortunately, the problem hasn’t gone away. However, in Welldon Park Infant School’s newsletter last week, we were pleased to see that they’ve taken up the challenge of naming and shaming drivers who park irresponsibly, in this case, the owner of WJ02 FXH …

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Oct 02 2013

Harrow Council’s CCTV Van – Parks Where It Wants, Doesn’t Care

Yet again, we see Harrow Council’s ‘Mobile CCTV Unit’ parking where it damn well pleases. The picture below, taken at 12.16 today, shows it parked “…outside the Civic Centre on not just a double yellow line but no loading stripes as well. Driver is in the van, which is also helpfully on the bend and …

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Apr 24 2013

White Van Man BF57 PWL is a Selfish Parker

Today, we have another new member of the Selfish Parkers club, as we meet white van man BF57 PWL, who parks on clearly marked and operational yellow zig-zags outside Welldon Park Infant School. This photo, showing today’s Selfish Parker, was taken at 08.42 on April 24, 2013. Parking or stopping on yellow zig-zags outside schools …

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Apr 17 2013

KY11 ZVB Is a Selfish Parker

As we come into the first week back after the Easter Holidays (or ‘Spring Break’ if we listen to the more ‘politically correct’ schools), it’s a shame to see that some parents continue to be lazy/selfish/arrogant/ignorant (delete as appropriate) with their parking outside schools. Today’s newest member to the much-sought-after Selfish Parker’s Club is the …

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Mar 20 2013

Harrow Council Vehicles – Still Parking in Disabled Spaces

Harrow Council, it seems, is still shoving two fingers up at the tax-paying residents that it purports to serve, by continuing to park in spaces reserved for disabled drivers. We’ve touched on this before – but it is sad to see the Council continuing to abuse parking spaces in this way. Our thanks to @GeorgiaHCRfm for …

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Mar 04 2013

LO61KXD and HN56GZT Are Selfish Parkers!

Since Welldon Park Infant School had splashed out on a new set of school gates – to make, we presume, life easier for teachers, as opposed to parents and children – we’d wondered if the perennial problem of Selfish Parkers had gone away. Not so, unfortunately. Today at 3.31pm, we spotted not one, but two …

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Dec 12 2012

Irony: Harrow Council’s Parking Enforcement Van parks, uh, illegally

In a case of ‘do as we say, not as we do’ Harrow Council’s CCTV Parking Enforcement vehicle was today snapped doing exactly what it shouldn’t: parking illegally. Thanks to reader NT, we’ve got these photos which clearly show the vehicle partly parked in a disabled bag,  across a raised pedestrian foot way, and on …

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Dec 09 2012

Mr RK55UAG, Mr RV03GFK and friends are all Selfish Parkers!

Just catching up on the Selfish Parkers from the end of last week, and we’ve found a whole barrage f them at Pinner Park school on the afternoon of Friday December 7, 2012.  It had been a quiet few weeks with our Selfish Parkers’ campaign, but once one’s crawled out to park on operational yellow …

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Dec 05 2012

Mr LC12JPJ is a Selfish Parker!

It’s been a quiet few weeks with our Selfish Parkers’ campaign – it seems that closer attention by the local Police Safer Neighbourhood Team and the Council’s CCTV car had made an impact on those people who ignore the restrictions on parking across yellow zig-zags outside schools during operational hours. However, today, we have another …

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Nov 07 2012

Mr FV03LFR is another Selfish Parker

Today, we have another new member of the Selfish Parkers club, as we meet Mr FV03 LFR, who parks on clearly marked and operational yellow zig-zags outside Welldon Park Infant School. This photo, showing today’s Selfish Parker, was taken at 08.54 on November 07, 2012. Parking or stopping on yellow zig-zags outside schools is generally …

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