Double Yellow Lines – who parks on them?

Apparently, Double Yellow Lines are there on roads for safety. If so, why are Disabled Drivers allowed to park on them? Do Disabled Drivers parking on double yellow lines make the road safer? Of course not. So, if Disabled Drivers can park on them and not cause a road obstruction, and not be fined, why can't non-disabled drivers? Conversely, if disabled drivers are legally parking on them, why have double yellow lines at all in some places?

Why is this idea important?

Apparently, Double Yellow Lines are there on roads for safety. If so, why are Disabled Drivers allowed to park on them? Do Disabled Drivers parking on double yellow lines make the road safer? Of course not. So, if Disabled Drivers can park on them and not cause a road obstruction, and not be fined, why can't non-disabled drivers? Conversely, if disabled drivers are legally parking on them, why have double yellow lines at all in some places?

Property Damage

If a neighbour damages your property, land or boundary in any manner, then this is deemed a Civil Matter by the Police and Justice System rather than a Criminal Act.

Why is this idea important?

If a neighbour damages your property, land or boundary in any manner, then this is deemed a Civil Matter by the Police and Justice System rather than a Criminal Act.

Party Wall Act 1998

This is an unnecessary piece of bureaucratic legislation. All it does is give Chartered Surveyors a license to print money for a document stating the same facts that are in the legislation. It sets neighbours against each other.

Why is this idea important?

This is an unnecessary piece of bureaucratic legislation. All it does is give Chartered Surveyors a license to print money for a document stating the same facts that are in the legislation. It sets neighbours against each other.