Quick outline of the problem, Parking outside of my house in a layby which according to the land registry is owned by the block of houses I live in and we all share right of way access to this piece of land and we all share the upkeep of said land if anything needed to be done to it, I know this bit is true as the council re-surfaced the road just after I moved in and they didn't bother doing the layby but did everything else in the area. Bit more detail. There are 6 houses in this block & the layby stretches from No.2 to us in No.5 so you can imagine its not small and you can at a push fit around 7 normal sized cars if parked neatly but most of the time there is somewhere around 5-6 at anyone time, No.1 has a layby also down the side of his house of which he parks all of his cars in and thus doesn't affect the layby outside the house, No.6 has a driveway so again doesn't park anything in the layby, No.4 doesn't drive so that is another car out of the equation, so between No.2, 3 & Us we have a possible 6 spaces to use now as I've said above this land according to my investigations through a solicitor and the land registry is registered to Pine court (the name of the block) specifically its held under No.1 with right of way access and shared maintenance across all 6 properties, so according to my solicitor this is private property and can be used by residence of Pine court as they see fit as long as all parties are in agreement we can all park there. This is where my research got stuck, how do I then stop other residence that do not live in our block from parking in the spaces? I have already tried asking them politely not to park in the spaces I even tried reasoning with them by asking them to not specifically park in the space directly outside my house but now they have a vendetta to try and park in the space as much as they can if they get home first before us and all the spaces are empty they will park in that 1 space outside of our property first. What can I do? Any help as I am not sure what I can search for to find the answer as I keep finding commercial parking companies but I don't think that will do anything other than cost money.