The above photo shows gap from the side view. Under the broad daylight, I was able to spot potential danger and ensured that my car kept a distance from it. During night time, the gap might be less visible. Should the front wheels go into the gap, there is a risk of damaging the lower portion of the bumper as it scraps onto the curb. Cars fitted with body kits are at a greater risk due to the reduced clearance space between the bumper and the ground. In addition, the driver probably needs to rev very hard to get the wheels out of the gap. This can be dangerous in a busy carpark as the car may leap forward or backward (depending whether you park head-in or tail-in) suddenly. In the worst case scenario, a pedestrian could be caught off guard.
The other parts of the carpark are not in a favorable condition as well. The East Coast Town Council is just in front of the carpark. Hope the folks in the Town Council are aware of the problem.