Thank you all for your moral support. In response to some of the issues raised, I am attaching a photo taken from our front window yesterday. The crossover is the pale strip parallel to the road between the dropped kerb and the black tarmac which is our drive. It is especially strengthened to allow for vehicles to pass over underground pipes and belongs to the council. I have never driven on next door's drive.
We do not need and would not qualify for a disabled space on the road as we have off road parking.
My husband has Lewy Body Dementia so cannot offer much support.
We only moved here late last year and, once extended, this house will be ideal for my husband's needs so we won't be moving again. I believe the people next door have lived there for around 30 years but our house was empty for 3-4 years before we moved in.
So in essence looking at the photo, the crossover belongs to the Council? Looks as though you don't even go near her bit at all?
Can I ask why you don't just drive in to your garden and park on the gravel with the wheelchair side on the tarmac so that you can easily manoeuvre the chair?