End pavement parking in your area
Write to your council

Everyone should be able to walk on pavements in their area safely and free from obstacles. Vehicles parked on the pavements can force people onto the road.

This is dangerous for everyone, but is a particular problem for blind and partially-sighted people, parents with pushchairs and young children, wheelchair users and others who use mobility aids.

Living Streets is campaigning with allies such as Guide Dogs and British Parking Association for a ban on pavement parking across England and Wales. Scotland looks likely to have a pavement parking ban very soon.

A Traffic Regulation Order in your area could see pavement parking banned in problem streets. This can take some time, so the sooner you write to your council, the earlier the process can begin. 

Write to your council and protect #pavementsforpeople

1. Give us some details so we can address your letter and work out who your councillors are

2. On what street(s) is pavement parking a particular problem?