Residents of one East Riding village have expressed their anger after security bollards
were tore down by bulldozers.
The bollards were destroyed so that heavy machinery could be transported to a building site on the other side of the yard.
However, members of the public have now barricaded the private car park in Cottingham, near Hull, claiming their rights have been violated by the actions.
Resident Maria Rozenbroek told the Yorkshire Post: "It's the case of the little man against the big man.
"I don't have a lot of money and I'm responsible for the car park as well as the others in the management team."
Other members of the public have argued that they were not informed of an appeal decision that granted planning permission for four flats on adjacent land.Traffic barriers
installed on Chislehurst Road in London are also currently causing havoc in the local area, as motorists argue their journey times have been significantly extended.
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