As with anywhere these days parking is at a premium. What with people using garages for machine tools, bicycles, heaps of shiny tools... instead of their cars. I have this space which is already paved, which the wife parks her car kind of half on, half off, which is untidy. Its a squeeze, but her car does (Mini Countryman) fit on there . I'm thinking about a dropped kerb along the frontage, and removing the wall of the raised flower bed. Removing the wall would give us a little bit more room, and remove the risk of scrapping cars on it. Dropped kerb, removing risk of damaged wheels/tyres. As long as the car was reversed onto it the drivers door would open out onto the street- avery quiet dead end with about 20 vehicle movements a day. Anyone see any issues with this? Actual minimum sizes for drive spaces- or shall I call it a paved area with dropped kerb. With regard to the dropped kerb, its not crossing any pavements, and joins an unclassified road, so pretty certain planning doent come into it... so if i dont need planning, do I need to worry about sizes..? *Space looks small in this picture.