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South Bank Residents’ – Wider Consultation Update

Meeting: 11/08/2020 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport (Item 15)

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The Executive Member is asked to consider a report that updates him on the results of the consultation in the South Bank area on Residents’ Parking coverage. This follows on from the Executive Decision Session in November 2019 regarding the best form of consultation to allow extensions to be considered.

Additional documents:

Decision:

Resolved:

(i) That the principle that all future zones and extensions in the South Bank area be designated R58C.

 

(ii) That the principle that the qualification area for properties in ResPark may be set wider than just the frontagers to the controlled streets.

 

(iii) That further consultation be undertaken to amend Zone boundaries of R6, R36, R54, R57 and R58 with a view to providing a more equal scheme for all residents.

 

(iv) That further consultation, in the sections of streets identified in Annex E, be undertaken to identify what parking measurers should be applied at this time.

 

(v) That further consultation, in the streets identified through the recent consultation, be undertaken to propose and discuss implementation of selected movement controls to better manage traffic flow in these streets. Key junctions might include those indentified in Annex F.

 

Minutes:

The Executive Member considered a report which provided an update on the results of the consultation in the South Bank area on Residents’ Parking coverage. This followed on from the Executive Decision Session in November 2019 regarding the best form of consultation to allow extensions to be considered.

 

Officers explained how residents parking had developed and gave an overview of the results of the consultation. The Executive Member welcomed the broad principle of looking at wider zones for residents parking and asked a number of questions to which Officers explained:

·        The qualification zone for residents parking.

·        That there would be an objective assessment of the consultation to amend the zone boundaries. The Executive Member noted that Ward Councillors could be involved with this.

·        The traffic flows outlined in Annex F were as a result of the comments made.

 

The Executive Member noted the need to have a wider discussion before taking proposals forward with the involvement of Ward Councillors.

 

The Executive Member then;

 

Resolved:

(i) That the principle that all future zones and extensions in the South Bank area be designated R58C.

 

(ii) That the principle that the qualification area for properties in ResPark may be set wider than just the frontagers to the controlled streets.

 

(iii) That further consultation be undertaken to amend Zone boundaries of R6, R36, R54, R57 and R58 with a view to providing a more equal scheme for all residents.

 

(iv) That further consultation, in the sections of streets identified in Annex E, be undertaken to identify what parking measurers should be applied at this time.

 

(v) That further consultation, in the streets identified through the recent consultation, be undertaken to propose and discuss implementation of selected movement controls to better manage traffic flow in these streets. Key junctions might include those indentified in Annex F.

 


 

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