Resident Parking Consultation P2

Closed 10 Mar 2023

Opened 24 Feb 2023


As you are aware we previously introduced a Controlled Parking Zone, (CPZ), to several locations in the Chalvey area. The roads included were Alexandra Road, Brammas Close, Chalvey Road West, Church Street, Clive Court, Greenwatt Way, High Street Chalvey, Ladbrooke Road, The Green, Turton Way and White Hart Road. Waiting and loading restrictions were introduced at junctions and other strategic locations to improve safety. Resident permit bays were also introduced to organise and regulate vehicular parking. The resident permit bays operated from Monday to Friday 8am -6pm.

The CPZ was introduced through an Experimental Traffic Regulation Order, (ETRO), on 15th March 2021. This order was in force for 18 months of which the first 6 months consists of the consultation period, during this period comments and representations were accepted up until 5th September 2021. The ETRO expired on 12th September 2022, at which point the resident permit and double yellow line element to this scheme ceased to be enforced. The remaining restrictions, (disabled parking bays and school keep clear markings), have been enforced as normal.

The Council received representations from residents of The Green. After communications with Ward Councillors, the decision was taken to suspend enforcement of the resident permit element of the CPZ in The Green from 19 April 2021.

The Council received petitions and representations from residents which have been analysed and taken into consideration. In response to the comments and petitions received, we are informally re-consulting residents on the hours of operation of the resident bays, with a view to re-instate enforcement of the CPZ. The aim of this exercise is to give residents the options available for hours of enforcement of resident bays. The Council understands that there are several other options available, however, we feel the hours offered in the questionnaire, are the most suitable for the issues pertaining to this area. The hours of operation should reflect the times that residents have the most difficulty parking. Removing non- residential parking will prioritise kerb space for people who live in the area.

Why your views matter

Your views are important to us and will assist us in ensuring the right scheme is implemented and therefore we ask that you complete a questionnaire to have your say regarding the parking in your street.

What happens next

Now that the consulation has ended, we are analysing and discussing the outcome of the consultation with your Ward Councillors. Once a collective decision has been made on our next steps, we will ensure all residents and business owners are notified. 


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