If a person’s parking stops you entering/leaving your home or allocated parking space, start by speaking to them first. They may not be aware their actions are causing you a problem.
The Police may be able to help if you need access to your blocked vehicle immediately.
Parking availability in Crawley can be limited. We ask that you park with some consideration.
Complete our vehicle anti-social behaviour form to report the following:
- Verbal abuse/intimidation from your neighbour over a parking dispute
- Unsafe parking, i.e. parking on grass verge preventing pedestrian access
Repairing and selling vehicles
Residents can carry out repairs to their own vehicles in the street or outside their home.
If you are being disturbed by a neighbour carrying out repairs, try speaking with them as they may not be aware that they are causing a disturbance.
If you believe work is being carried out on vehicles for payment or vehicles are being advertised for sale in the neighbourhood, you can report it to Trading Standards Citizens Advice Consumer Service via West Sussex County Council's website.
Report untaxed cars directly to GOV UK
Running a business or repairing then selling vehicles in the street is an offence.
If you witness vehicles speeding or driving recklessly, you can report it to the Police by:
- Calling 101 (if there's an immediate risk)
- Completing an online form via Operation Crackdown
There are a range of behaviours associated with anti-social vehicle use that may be a breach of Crawley’s Public Space Protection Order (PSPO). See our PSPO page for more information.