It's not correct for small groups of people to unilaterally decide its alright for them to consistently park on double yellow lines or at the bottom of duplex steps either.Regardless of whether or not the notice was to introduce a trial period it is not correct for a small group of people to unilaterally make a decision which will impact all the owners without consultation or agreement.
Talking about poor planning decisions is a bit like crying over spilt milk. Everyone in Olcovar has a right to parking as outlined in their deeds, nothing more, nothing less. I don't think any deed shows a parking space on a roadway or at the bottom of duplex steps. So, clamping isn't going to affect anyone who is parking in their own space.This is something everyone is entitled to consider and vote on. To my mind filling the pockets of private clamping companies is not the best way to address the obvious planning issues in the development
There is a big difference between car lights shining in your sitting room all night, and car lights shining in your bedroom all night.If we can all deal with parking in front of our units, what is the big deal about having parking at the back of your unit.