I do wish there were an emoji for banging one's head against a brick wall.mr sheen wrote: ↑Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:42 pm....and that the basis for the claim is that the OP owns a thin strip of land on a roadway over which she has a RoW and whilst she can access and egress from her driveway, and the vehicles in question is not causing an obstruction, the parking of vehicles on the roadway of which she owns a thin strip is annoying and breaches a covenant....then IF the OP wins there may be an injunction or a token compensation award and huge costs.....is this the blindingly obvious journey you are advocating the OP embark upon?
What is this obsession with "substantial interference? How is that relevant to a landowner (as OP is) who wishes to prevent a 3rd party parking on their land when the 3rd party only has a ROW over it? OP does not have to show it is causing an obstruction, though she says that it is, and that it is an inconvenience to her. She need not prove either. The only thing she needs to prove is that she owns the land and others are trying to exercise rights they simply don't have. there is no "may be an injunction" about it. It is a dead cert. There are no damages, as OP has not suffered financial loss, but there would be an award of costs.
But hey- do put words in to my mouth why don't you. When did I ever suggest OP heads off to court first thing in the morning? She can prevent, in law, the neighbour parking on her land. Just as you can prevent someone who chooses to stand in your front garden. As with most normal people, OP has spoken with the neighbour and is happy with the outcome. She has also sought the advice of a solicitor who has confirmed that the neighbour has no right to park there. Had she not been satisfied with the outcome she has a remedy in law. Good job this site is called Garden Law really.