Report a problem with parking on a street in Aldershot or Farnborough

 
  1. You can use this form to report any vehicle that is breaking our parking rules on a street in Aldershot or Farnborough and we will investigate.

    For more information, please visit our approach to parking enforcement page.

    There are lots of rules and regulations about when we can use parking enforcement. We can only investigate the following problems where vehicles are parked:

    • On yellow lines
    • In a disabled bay and no disabled badge is displayed
    • In a limited waiting bay for longer than allowed
    • In a loading bay where you cannot see loading or unloading taking place
    • At a bus stop or taxi rank
    • Across a dropped kerb preventing access to your driveway

    There are occasions when a vehicle may seem to be parked illegally, but is not. For example:

    • A vehicle parked on yellow lines while un/loading, may park for as long as needed, while actively un/loading
    • A vehicle parked on yellow lines while displaying a disabled person’s blue badge may park for three hours
    • A vehicle parked on a grass verge or footpath not covered by a yellow line restriction – in this case we do not have any power to enforce

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    The problem

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    1. Problem with a vehicle parked: *
    2. For us to issue a parking fine, the driveway must be completely blocked.

    3. We usually go out to investigate a problem, so please only report something that is happening now.
    4. The vehicle

    5. Add photo evidence

    6. Would you like to send us photo evidence? *
      1. Your details

        As you are reporting a problem with a vehicle blocking access to your driveway, you'll need to provide your contact details so we can get in touch with you for more information.

    7. What happens next

      Once you have pressed the submit buttom below and we have received your form, we will investigate the issue.

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