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A store proprietor is fed up with a tanker that is been “illegally parked” outdoors his retailer for months, inflicting him a headache.

Staff at Simons Electrical, in Harrow, in London, have instructed Harrow Council in regards to the lorries parking on the highway the place they should not be. There are indicators saying massive lorries cannot keep there all evening, however the store says they’re left there for ages.

One tanker has been there for 4 months and has quite a few fines, as studies My London.

A spokesperson for the wholesaler instructed the Local Democracy Reporting Service (LDRS), the council has given the tanker a number of parking tickets however hasn’t taken it away.

They mentioned: “They are putting tickets on it but they do nothing. They say they can’t do anything but I don’t believe that. It’s illegal to leave it there overnight and apparently they don’t have a pound to take it away. It’s just disgraceful.”

Harrow Council has put up indicators alongside the highway outlining the in a single day parking prohibition however the store referred to as it “a nonsense” if nothing is finished when drivers flout the foundations.

The native authority has already needed to repair the pavements as soon as as a result of the lorries “destroyed them”, in keeping with the store’s spokesperson.

They instructed the LDRS that the scenario has “slightly improved” since a very giant lorry left one night however the tanker continues to be there.

They mentioned: “Sometimes they’re here for a week, sometimes a few days.”

They mentioned: “We see people going in the cabs but there’s nothing you can do, they just look at you. In this day and age you don’t want to get into too much confrontation. It’s been going on for a long time.

“It’s not simply since October, it was earlier than that too. I’m completely sick to demise of it […]it drives you mad.”

The homeowners of the lorries stay unknown. Harrow Council was approached by LDRS for a remark.