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Now this really is ridiculous. If you had your way we'd have stair lifts up the pier steps and a disabled friendly travelator all the way along the High Street - and at taxpayers' expense. Plus a lift to the top of Victoria Tower no doubt? But getting back to the point, Soph has it right. 90 per cent of us live in buildings with disability limitations. I live in a top floor apartment and I have to climb three small sets of stairs quite a few times every day. Also I have an elderly relative who lives up two flights of stairs. Like Soph, we both know that we will have to MOVE from our present accommodation come the time these steps get too much for us. The guy in this story is using his parents' disabilities as a lever to get himself a parking space in a property where parking is totally inappropriate.