Last month the News reported that residents in Jennett's Park were fed up with lorries creating an "eyesore" by parking on the estate overnight and leaving their rubbish behind - in spite of a sign which reads 'no HGV parking'.
But Simon Jones, who owns Bracknell-based company ATR Removals, has argued the reason lorry drivers stop in residential areas is because they have nowhere else to park up and the town is a "main cut-through" from the M25 to the M4.
He explained that part of the problem is that Bracknell used to have a lorry park in Downmill Lane but the space is no longer available, and added: "We drive all around the country and everywhere has lorry parks, it's almost like the council here are anti-trucks!"
Roger Cook, transport development manager at the council, said Bracknell Forest had a "relatively small part" of the highway network which is why it has "no formal lorry park" and added: "This is something which should be taken into account by transport operators in planning routes for their lorries."
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