I live in a cul de sac close to a railway station and am constantly having train travellers parking outside my house all day long. Can I do anything about this?
I presume you are living on an adopted highway and the local authority will, therefore, be responsible for any parking restrictions. If members of the public are parking in front of your house inconsiderately, for example, blocking your driveway, then you should contact the local council and ask for the position to be monitored.
It is quite possible the council may then consider introducing parking restrictions in the locality, or private Resident Permit Parking.
The council will act in cases where they feel a nuisance or congestion is created as a result of travellers parking in a private cul de sac, but naturally you have no rights yourself as, of course, these travellers are currently parking on a public highway – and have every right to do so, provided they are not causing an obstruction or parking in breach of local authority regulations.