Parking Zone G Consultation results

Minor Changes, No change in times, Business and resident permit spaces combined.

Results Updated 9 May 2018

We are pleased to announce that the results of the Stage Four consultation on the review of parking Zone G (Brownswood) are now available on our website.

A copy of the approved delegated report which details the decision made by the Council has been attached below.

Summary leaflets detailing the results of the consultation and final decision made by the Council will shortly be sent out by post to all residents and businesses in the area.

Files:

Overview

As a part of our Parking and Enforcement Plan (PEP) we have promised to review Parking Zones (PZ) where there is genuine need to ensure that the parking controls in the area continue to meet the needs of residents and businesses.

Parking Services are aware that there have been a number of changes to roads within Parking Zone G since the last review of parking controls which were completed in 2006, and as a result are proposing to make some changes to the bay type allocation throughout the zone to balance the needs of all road users.

As part of the consultation we are also seeking your views on the operational hours of your zone.

The review process is a great opportunity for us to hear about your parking experience within your Parking Zone and if it is currently meeting your parking needs.

What Happens Next

13 November 2017

Closing date of consultation and last day to return your questionnaire.

January 2018

Consultation results will be made available to residents and businesses. A summary consultation pack detailing the results will be sent to all residents and businesses in the area by post and will be available on the Hackney website.


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