Hollingdean Parking

Blue Fiat Punto

  • This Fiat Punto arrived in Hollingdean in early 2024, parked on Hollingbury Crescent and partially overlapping a neighbour's driveway.

  • Residents report that it has not moved, and the owner has not been seen since. It is not a local resident's car, and is suspected to belong to a student living further into town.

  • This Punto is in a very poor state of repair with missing wheel trims, a flat tyre, and a large dent in the boot.

  • Non-residents using Hollingdean to store their run-down or unwanted vehicles long-term like this is very common, with a large number of vehicles simply left for months and even years at a time unmoved, often left awkwardly blocking pavements or driveways (as is the case here), and removing what little parking would otherwise be available to residents.

Photograph of LA56 OCP - a Blue Fiat Punto parked in Hollingdean by a non-resident, and potentially abandoned. The first of four photographs supplied by the residents of Hollingdean.
Map iconHollingbury Crescent - Jan '24 (Hollingdean)
Photograph of LA56 OCP - a Blue Fiat Punto parked in Hollingdean by a non-resident, and potentially abandoned. The second of four photographs supplied by the residents of Hollingdean.
Map iconHollingbury Crescent - Feb '24 (Hollingdean)
Photograph of LA56 OCP - a Blue Fiat Punto parked in Hollingdean by a non-resident, and potentially abandoned. The third of four photographs supplied by the residents of Hollingdean.
Map iconHollingbury Crescent - Feb '24 (Hollingdean)
Photograph of LA56 OCP - a Blue Fiat Punto parked in Hollingdean by a non-resident, and potentially abandoned. The fourth of four photographs supplied by the residents of Hollingdean.
Map iconHollingbury Crescent - Mar '24 (Hollingdean)

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