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Stadium Parking impact – Huntington Area

Meeting: 17/05/2022 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport (Item 72)

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This report outlines the views of residents in the Huntington area on the impacts of match day parking on nearby residential streets and suggest options for actions to take.

Additional documents:

Decision:

Resolved:

 

                      i.         Approved further investigation into the match day parking on New Lane and Priory Wood Way Glade to develop a proposal on these streets for parking restrictions.

                     ii.         Delegated approval of the proposal and authority to commence statutory consultation to the Director of Environment, Transport and Planning.

                    iii.        Agreed that if objections are received to the statutory consultation to bring these back to a future Executive Member for Transport Decision Session

 

Reason:     To respect the views of the residents on those streets about their requests for additional restrictions to help with issues related to match day parking.

 

                   iv.        Approved a review of parking in the Huntington area, due to the concerns raised around the daily issues of vehicles parking too close to the junction and obstructive parking on Hambleton Way at School times. Add any areas that are highlighted as part of the review to the annual review process to be taken forward for statutory consultation.

 

Reason:     The consultation was undertaken to get a clear view of

issues related to match day parking but we should not ignore other issues that were raised as part of the process.

 

                     v.        To take no further action on the remaining streets within the consultation area.

 

Reason:     The residents of the area are not in favour of restrictions due to the personal impact that the restrictions will have on their personal lives as the restrictions will reduce the ability for visitor parking.

Minutes:

Challenges of residents parking in the Huntington area on match days were discussed. It was confirmed that with York City Football Club’s successful season attendance had risen. Therefore, the Executive Member supported further investigations take place and noted that he was hopeful that the club would continue to encourage fans to use public transport for match days.

 

Resolved:

 

                      i.         Approved further investigation into the match day parking on New Lane and Priory Willow Glade including the side streets to develop a proposal on these streets for parking restrictions.

                     ii.         Delegated approval of the proposal and authority to commence statutory consultation to the Director of Environment, Transport and Planning.

                    iii.        Agreed that if objections are received to the statutory consultation to bring these back to a future Executive Member for Transport Decision Session

 

Reason:     To respect the views of the residents on those streets about their requests for additional restrictions to help with issues related to match day parking.

 

                   iv.        Approved a review of parking in the Huntington area, due to the concerns raised around the daily issues of vehicles parking too close to the junction and obstructive parking on Hambleton Way at School times. Add any areas that are highlighted as part of the review to the annual review process to be taken forward for statutory consultation.

 

Reason:     The consultation was undertaken to get a clear view of

issues related to match day parking but we should not ignore other issues that were raised as part of the process.

 

                     v.        To take no further action on the remaining streets within the consultation area.

 

Reason:     The residents of the area are not in favour of restrictions due to the personal impact that the restrictions will have on their personal lives as the restrictions will reduce the ability for visitor parking.


 

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