Please include as much useful information as possible about the issue.
e.g. parking restrictions or access limitations for vans.
Although there is no legal definition of vulnerable occupier, an occupier is generally considered to be vulnerable if they have a characteristic that means that the issue being raised would have a materially greater negative impact on them than on someone who does not have that characteristic.
Examples of such characteristics include:
Mental health needs
Aged over 65 years
Aged under 16 years
Severe physical health problems, debilitating illness or disability, the recently bereaved and pregnant women.