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This illegal parking in the contraflow cyclelane is considered very dangerous. And the real stupidity of it is the empty parking bay opposite.

Loading/Unloading Exemptions (backed up in law).
Yellow Lines and non-mandatory cyclelanes are exempt for the purpose of loading. However, loading and unloading must be a continuous activity and the vehicle must be moved once it is complete. Loading includes the movement of goods to and from premises, checks on the goods delivered and paperwork. You must be able to prove you are acting within the rules for loading and unloading

Places where you cannot stop to load and unload.
- A pedestrian crossing including the area marked by the zig-zag lines
- School keep-clear zig-zag lines
- On a road with double white lines marked in the centre
- A clearway during its hours of operation
- Mandatory cycle lanes (indicated by a solid line)
- Where the vehicle would cause an obstruction, eg within 10 metres of
a junction, or be in a dangerous position
- on single or double yellow line accompanied by short yellow Kerb markings

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