A West Parade resident is calling for East Sussex County Council to react to the presence of campervans on West Parade.
John Ellis wants to see vehicles moved from the immediate area and appropriate steps taken to ensure they do not return.
Other neighbours have also contacted the Observer to express dismay at the line of camper vans taking advantage of free parking and using public lavatories for washing.
Mr Ellis has expressed frustration at the council’s response to his demand that the same action is taken as happened when camper vans were parked up on East Parade and Galley Hill.
He was informed concerns from local residents had triggered the process and responded: “You have concerned residents on West Parade now.”
He suggests the solution is for the council to ban camper vans from the seafront and get them into designated sites.
“I suggest you start the process of banning the vans from West Parade now. I would also ask how many people were concerned in Galley Hill, as I am sure West Parade residents can match the number required for change, which after all is all that happened at Galley Hill.”
Brian Banks, East Sussex County Council team manager for road safety, said: “We are aware of the ongoing concerns of residents about camper vans parking on West Parade.
“However, we’re not aware of any highway obstruction or road safety issues caused by these vehicles, and to extend parking restrictions to a wider section of the seafront we would need to establish there were sound reasons for doing so.
“The experimental order restricting parking at the eastern end of the seafront expires in December, and at that time we will be holding discussions with Rother District Council on the most appropriate way forward.
“In the meantime we will continue to monitor the situation.”