Current parking consultations
Dover House Estate parking review
Consultation on the possible introduction of a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) in Dover House Estate.
For more information, read our guidance on how a controlled parking zone works.
We are asking residents in in the Dover House Estate Conservation Area for their views on the current parking conditions where they live and whether they would support the introduction of a CPZ. This followed the receipt of a petition from some residents of Crestway and Huntingfield Road requesting a CPZ to alleviate difficulties they experience finding a space due to commuter and long stay parking by non-residents, including staff and patients of Queen Mary’s Hospital and students of Roehampton University.
Residents are being asked specifically whether they would like a CPZ implemented in the area and what hours and days it should operate.
If you are a resident and would like to take part in the consultation, you can find full information in the consultation letter and give you views by downloading the questionnaire or completing the online survey.
The consultation will close on Monday 18 December 2017. After this date, the results of the consultation will be analysed. The views expressed by local residents and businesses, whilst an important factor, will be considered along with all relevant traffic management and other highway factors, when arriving at a decision about the merits of introducing a scheme and how it should operate. A report will be submitted to a future meeting of the Community Services Overview and Scrutiny Committee and the Council’s Executive. We will then write to residents detailing the outcome of the process and post the results here.
To find out more, contact us by email at email@example.com.