Police vow crackdown on problem parkers outside Lichfield primary school
Problem parkers are being targeted outside a Lichfield school.
Complaints had been received about cars parked illegally outside the Willows Primary School.
However, officers from Staffordshire Police have reassured residents that the issue is being dealt with.
In a newsletter to Curborough residents, a spokesperson said: “We are working with council enforcement officers and the school to resolve the problem, offering advice to drivers and undertaking parking enforcement where necessary.”
Pupil power will also be used to solve the problem with the introduction of a “Ziggy Zaggy” education scheme.
“This involves working with children to promote general road safety, and to encourage parents to give greater consideration to the hazards they cause when parking inconsiderately,” the spokesperson continued.
“We ask that drivers are considerate to residents by not obstructing driveways and footpaths.”