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Consideration of representations received following the advertisement of the Resident’s Priority Parking Scheme (Respark) on Revival Estate

Meeting: 19/04/2022 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport (Item 62)

62 Consideration of representations received following the advertisement of the Resident’s Priority Parking Scheme (Respark) on Revival Estate pdf icon PDF 338 KB

The Executive Member will be asked to consider the formal representations received to the legal Traffic Regulation Order, advertised on the 22 October 2021, to implement a new Residents Priority Parking Scheme to include Principal Rise, Masters Mews, Scholars Court, College Court, Ashfield House, The Beeches, Bursary Court, Teachers Close and Chancellor Grove (Revival Estate).

Additional documents:

Decision:

Resolved:

 

                      i.         Approved to uphold the objections received and take no further action in relation to the advertised R69 Residents Priority Parking Scheme.

 

Reason:     Due to the objections received and impact that this will have on a number of residents of the area combined with the survey results which show that college parking is having a limited impact on parking levels on the estate.

 

                     ii.         That the Revival Estate be added to the 2022 Annual Review of Traffic Restrictions.

 

Reason:    Due to the representations made in relation to safety of

pedestrian/vehicles around the estate.

Minutes:

The Executive Member agreed to uphold the objections received in relation to the R69 Residents Priority Parking Scheme. He noted that he didn’t consider a residents parking scheme as the solution to dangerous driving that had been reported on the Revival Estate and that this could potentially be addressed by other restrictions that could be implemented and it was confirmed that a proposed 20 MPH zone was scheduled to be considered.

 

Resolved:

 

                      i.         Approved to uphold the objections received and take no further action in relation to the advertised R69 Residents Priority Parking Scheme.

 

Reason:     Due to the objections received and impact that this will have on a number of residents of the area combined with the survey results which show that college parking is having a limited impact on parking levels on the estate.

 

                     ii.         That the Revival Estate be added to the 2022 Annual Review of Traffic Restrictions.

 

Reason:    Due to the representations made in relation to safety of

pedestrian/vehicles around the estate.


 

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