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Dropped kerbs and driveways
In general, you must not park on the road in front of a dropped kerb, or where the road has been raised to the same level as the pavement, irrespective of whether yellow lines are present or in force.
Blocking these areas is inconvenient and selfish but can also be very dangerous.
There are two types of dropped kerbs - those for pedestrians and those for vehicles to access off-street areas.
On the following pages you can find out more details about the different types of dropped kerbs, how to apply for enforcement and what action may be taken if you park next to a dropped kerb.