East Finchley Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ)

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This consultation has now closed.

The council has been made aware of concerns about the high level of commuter parking within the Easy Finchley Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) in roads closer to the East Finchley Underground Station, resulting in fewer places for residents to park.

In response to this, the Finchley and Golders Green Area Committee agreed that this issue should be investigated. We are therefore carrying out a review of parking in the roads of the ‘all day’ part of the East Finchley CPZ to ask residents for their views on parking in this area.

This informal consultation is intended to give the council a clearer understanding of the parking issues in these roads to help determine whether any changes may be made to improve parking availability for residents. We are particularly keen to hear if properties in these roads would prefer the introduction of a “sub” zone that would separate the streets from the existing East Finchley “M” CPZ (please note that this would mean permit holders of a new zone would no longer be able to use their permits in the surrounding “M” zone).

You can view a plan showing the extent of the proposal here.

Give us your views

Please take the time to review the information provided and then give us your views by completing the online questionnaire.

If you are unable to complete the questionnaire online and would like to request a paper copy of the questionnaire, please email parking.consultations@barnet.gov.uk or telephone the Traffic and Development Section on 020 8359 3555.

Any paper copies should be sent to the Traffic and Development Section, London Borough of Barnet, 11th Floor, Barnet House 1255 High Road, Whetstone, London, N20 0EJ.

Please ensure you have completed your online questionnaire by Wednesday 19 December 2018. We are asking each household to complete only one questionnaire, so please ensure that the views given are representative of your household.

All responses will be analysed and will help us determine the action, if any, which needs to be taken to address areas of concern.

The council has been made aware of concerns about the high level of commuter parking within the Easy Finchley Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) in roads closer to the East Finchley Underground Station, resulting in fewer places for residents to park.

In response to this, the Finchley and Golders Green Area Committee agreed that this issue should be investigated. We are therefore carrying out a review of parking in the roads of the ‘all day’ part of the East Finchley CPZ to ask residents for their views on parking in this area.

This informal consultation is intended to give the council a clearer understanding of the parking issues in these roads to help determine whether any changes may be made to improve parking availability for residents. We are particularly keen to hear if properties in these roads would prefer the introduction of a “sub” zone that would separate the streets from the existing East Finchley “M” CPZ (please note that this would mean permit holders of a new zone would no longer be able to use their permits in the surrounding “M” zone).

You can view a plan showing the extent of the proposal here.

Give us your views

Please take the time to review the information provided and then give us your views by completing the online questionnaire.

If you are unable to complete the questionnaire online and would like to request a paper copy of the questionnaire, please email parking.consultations@barnet.gov.uk or telephone the Traffic and Development Section on 020 8359 3555.

Any paper copies should be sent to the Traffic and Development Section, London Borough of Barnet, 11th Floor, Barnet House 1255 High Road, Whetstone, London, N20 0EJ.

Please ensure you have completed your online questionnaire by Wednesday 19 December 2018. We are asking each household to complete only one questionnaire, so please ensure that the views given are representative of your household.

All responses will be analysed and will help us determine the action, if any, which needs to be taken to address areas of concern.