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Is this your car?

3:27 pm, Monday, 9th November 2020 - 3 years ago

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Highway officials are putting out a very different request than their usual messages. This time, seeking the owner of a vehicle, believed to have been parked on Clee Road for many weeks without moving.

Parked near to the Isaac’s Hill roundabout, the white Nissan Juke is looking rather lonely and residents do not know who owns it.

The owner is being asked to come forward and move the vehicle prior to resurfacing works that will be starting next week as part of a major revamp of the busy road.

Overnight closures will be in place from Monday 16 November as the final part of the improvements to Clee Road. For the full stretch of road to be resurfaced, residents are asked to move their vehicles.

The Nissan in question does not appear to belong to a local resident and has been spotted in the same location for a number of weeks as works have progressed.

Highway officials have looked at moving the vehicle and liaised with the police on the matter, but as the vehicle is parked legally, taxed and with a valid MOT, there are no options for removing it.

If the vehicle is not moved prior to works starting, contractors will be forced to carry out the works around the car – having to re-visit at a later date to complete the works at that location. This will delay the final completion of the project and cause increased costs.

If you are the owner of the vehicle or can provide details of the owner, please email [email protected].

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