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Consideration of objections and comments received to an advertised proposal to amend the parking amenity within the R33 Residents’ Priority Parking Zone

Meeting: 20/12/2018 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport (Item 59)

59 R33 Residents' Priority Parking: Proposed Amendment to the Traffic Regulation Order, consideration of objections received pdf icon PDF 295 KB

The Executive Member is asked to consider the representations received to a recently advertised proposal to change the parking amenity within the R33 Respark zone on Sycamore Place, Sycamore Terrace, Bootham Terrace and Longfield Terrace.

 

Additional documents:

Decision:

Resolved: That option three be approved:

 

(i)      To implement, as advertised, the removal of the Bert Keech Bowling Green development from the R33 Residents’ Priority Parking Zone.

 

(ii)      To implement the revocation of Guest House Parking and Household Parking to be replaced with No Waiting at any Time on Sycamore Place to provide vehicle access to new property.

 

(iii)     To uphold the objections and take no further action on the rest of the proposal as advertised.

 

(iv)    To advertise an alternative proposal for the revocation of 6m of no waiting at any times restrictions on Longfield Terrace and replace with an R33 GM space for the use of Guest House parking only (as detailed in Annex D to the report)

 

Reason: To progress the majority views of the residents.

 

Minutes:

The Executive Member considered the representations received to a recently advertised proposal to change the parking amenity within the R33 Respark zone on Sycamore Place, Sycamore Terrace, Bootham Terrace and Longfield Terrace.

 

The Executive Member considered the three options detailed in the report and acknowledged comments made by a local resident and the Clifton Ward Councillor during public participation.

 

Officers acknowledged that both speakers on this report had expressed their support for the recommended option 3. With regard to the proposal to implement the revocation of Guest House Parking and Household Parking to be replaced with No Waiting at any Time on Sycamore Place to provide vehicle access to new property, and the question of how much space was required for access to the new property, officers advised that the measurements of revocation could be a lesser length than advertised and this would be achieved on implementation if possible.

 

With regard to the proposal to advertise an alternative proposal for the revocation of 6m of no waiting at any times restrictions on Longfield Terrace and replace with an R33 GM space for the use of Guest House parking only (as detailed in Annex D to the report), and speakers’ suggestions to consult on more options for Longfield Terrace, rather than just one, officers advised that the proposal maintained the status quo for the agreed Guest House parking allocation by replacing the one space lost with one space at an alternative location.

 

Resolved: That option 3 be approved:

 

(i)      To implement, as advertised, the removal of the Bert Keech Bowling Green development from the R33 Residents’ Priority Parking Zone.

 

(ii)      To implement the revocation of Guest House Parking and Household Parking to be replaced with No Waiting at any Time on Sycamore Place to provide vehicle access to new property.

 

(iii)     To uphold the objections and take no further action on the rest of the proposal as advertised.

 

(iv)    To advertise an alternative proposal for the revocation of 6m of no waiting at any times restrictions on Longfield Terrace and replace with an R33 GM space for the use of Guest House parking only (as detailed in Annex D to the report)

 

Reason: To progress the majority views of the residents.

 


 

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