Bowes CPZ

Closed 3 Aug 2018

Opened 9 Jul 2018

Results Updated 26 Oct 2018

A summary of the consultation responses is appended here.

Some further answers to location-specific questions will follow on an individual basis.

Given the strong levels of support for the scheme overall, the Council anticipates proceeding in the near future to the statutory consultation stage, where the relevant traffic orders are made and advertised in local newspapers and by notices on the street.

The Council acknowledges the lower levels of support for the scheme from residents of Spencer Avenue. The statutory phase will present a further opportunity for these residents to consider the matter and submit comments in support or opposition.

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Overview

Parking patterns in the Bowes area have changed. Enfield Council has, in recent years, received numerous enquiries from residents of the area, and petitions covering four different streets that indicate community support for permit parking controls.

Enfield Council is now seeking views on its proposals for a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ.)

Why We Are Consulting

Enfield Council is confident that zonal parking controls will prove popular with residents and offer them greatly improved parking opportunities. Area wide zonal controls can also reduce local congestion and prompt better travel habits amongst those heading to or through the area on their daily commute.

The Council is consulting to make residents aware of its propsals and to seek their comments before plans are finalised or taken forward.

What Happens Next

The Council will consider the comments submitted and decide whether to take forward the scheme.

Should the scheme go forward, the Council will aim to introduce the new parking restrictions before spring 2019.

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Community