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Petition by residents of Kexby Avenue and Arnside Place seeking the introduction of Residents Parking

Meeting: 19/10/2021 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport (Item 28)

28 Petition by residents of Kexby Avenue and Arnside Place seeking the introduction of Residents Parking pdf icon PDF 390 KB

This report asks the Executive Member to consider drafting of a further Order to extend the R39B Residents’ Priority Parking Zone to include properties in Kexby Avenue.

Additional documents:

Decision:

Resolved:

 

                      i.         Approved the drafting of a further Order to extend the R39B Residents’ Priority Parking Zone to include properties in Kexby Avenue.

 

Reason:     This recommendation is supported by the majority of

people from Kexby Avenue who signed the petition were in favour and is supported by the outcome of the further consultation.

 

                     ii.         To not include 13-57 Thief Lane within the R39B Residents Priority Parking Zone.

 

Reason:     This was not contained within the petition. The response to the consultation is low with four responses, 3 in support and 1 against from 23 properties.

 

                    iii.        Arnside Place and Thief Lane be granted permission to purchase visitors parking permits within the R39B Resident’s Priority Parking Zone.

 

Reason:     R39B Residents Priority Parking Zone cannot not cover Arnside Place as it is a private street. It was decided that residents would benefit from being able to access visitors passes and equally residents from the Zone could also park in Arnside Place.

Minutes:

Officers provided an update on the R39B Residents Priority Parking Zone, it was confirmed that following a petition it was recommended to include Kexby Avenue to the zone, as well as, leaving out Thief Lane due to a low response rate was not recommended to be included and that Arnside Park could be included for visitors parking but as a unadopted road would not be fully incorporated into the zone.

 

The Executive Member enquired about parking on Thief Lane and whether there would be an impact for cares attending residents on the street, officers noted that Cares were entitled to apply for a city wide parking permit which would grant access to the Zone. It was also requested that as was pointed out in public participation, that the Council write to those balloted but not going to be included within a scheme to be updated on the outcome, in the same way those that would be included would be.  

 

Resolved:

 

                      i.         Approved the drafting of a further Order to extend the R39B Residents’ Priority Parking Zone to include properties in Kexby Avenue.

 

Reason:     This recommendation is supported by the majority of

people from Kexby Avenue who signed the petition were in favour and is supported by the outcome of the further consultation.

 

                     ii.         To not include 13-57 Thief Lane within the R39B Residents Priority Parking Zone.

 

Reason:     This was not contained within the petition. The response to the consultation is low with four responses, 3 in support and 1 against from 23 properties.

 

                    iii.        Arnside Place and Thief Lane be granted permission to purchase visitors parking permits within the R39B Resident’s Priority Parking Zone.

 

Reason:     R39B Residents Priority Parking Zone cannot not cover Arnside Place as it is a private street. It was decided that residents would benefit from being able to access visitors passes and equally residents from the Zone could also park in Arnside Place.


 

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