Normandy Avenue EN5, Proposed Parking Layout Changes

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

This consultation has now closed.

Background

In Barnet, like many other local authorities, we have a system of parking bays and parking permits that priorities parking for local residents, businesses and their visitors and customers. These systems are called Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs). When the parking in these areas change or no longer meets local needs, or we get resident feedback that the CPZs need reviewing, we are able to make amendments.

Last year, resident feedback alerted us to the need for additional parking in Normandy Avenue EN5 (this road links to the High Street in Chipping Barnet). We have now worked with the community and met all the statutory requirements needed to propose parking layout changes to create an additional twenty one parking places.

Overview of Normandy Avenue EN5 proposed parking layout changes

Although the CPZ for Normandy Avenue originally met the needs of the area, local usage has changed. More recently local feedback not only highlighted the need for additional spaces but gave some indication as to how this could be achieved enabling our officers to visit the site and gain a good understanding of the issues and evaluate possible solutions. The resulting report then went through the Environment Committee (March 2017) to gain funding and passed a feasibility study enabling us to take this proposal to consultation. Further information on the committee meeting and the decision can be found here.

Proposed changes

We are proposing to amend the parking layout in Normandy Avenue to provide twenty-one additional parking places.

The proposals are shown on the attached plan.

The operating times remain unchanged and listed below for information;

  • No Waiting Monday to Friday 2pm - 3pm
  • Resident permit holder only parking bays (Zone D), Monday to Friday 2pm - 3pm
  • Double yellow lines continue to operate outside of the hours of operation. Double yellow lines restrict parking at all times and are not signed
  • Any vehicle parked in contravention is liable to receive a Penalty Charge Notice, issued by uniformed Civil Enforcement Officers who would regularly patrol the area.

Give us your views:

If you wish to make any comments or objections regarding this proposal please send them in writing quoting reference number SCR243. You can do this in various ways:

The Design Team
London Borough of Barnet
11th Floor
1255 High Road
Whetstone
London
N20 0EJ

Properties on the affected road have also been sent a letter explaining our proposals in full and inviting them to make any further comments. If you live in the area and have not received a letter please email us or write to us, using the contact details above and quoting reference number SCR243

The proposals are also being advertised in the local press and London Gazette on Thursday 27 September 2018, and Notices will be put up on street in the area advising of the proposed changes.

All relevant comments will be formally considered before a decision is made on whether the proposals should be introduced, and if so, with or without modification. Once a decision has been made we will write to you again to advise you of the outcome.

Background

In Barnet, like many other local authorities, we have a system of parking bays and parking permits that priorities parking for local residents, businesses and their visitors and customers. These systems are called Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs). When the parking in these areas change or no longer meets local needs, or we get resident feedback that the CPZs need reviewing, we are able to make amendments.

Last year, resident feedback alerted us to the need for additional parking in Normandy Avenue EN5 (this road links to the High Street in Chipping Barnet). We have now worked with the community and met all the statutory requirements needed to propose parking layout changes to create an additional twenty one parking places.

Overview of Normandy Avenue EN5 proposed parking layout changes

Although the CPZ for Normandy Avenue originally met the needs of the area, local usage has changed. More recently local feedback not only highlighted the need for additional spaces but gave some indication as to how this could be achieved enabling our officers to visit the site and gain a good understanding of the issues and evaluate possible solutions. The resulting report then went through the Environment Committee (March 2017) to gain funding and passed a feasibility study enabling us to take this proposal to consultation. Further information on the committee meeting and the decision can be found here.

Proposed changes

We are proposing to amend the parking layout in Normandy Avenue to provide twenty-one additional parking places.

The proposals are shown on the attached plan.

The operating times remain unchanged and listed below for information;

  • No Waiting Monday to Friday 2pm - 3pm
  • Resident permit holder only parking bays (Zone D), Monday to Friday 2pm - 3pm
  • Double yellow lines continue to operate outside of the hours of operation. Double yellow lines restrict parking at all times and are not signed
  • Any vehicle parked in contravention is liable to receive a Penalty Charge Notice, issued by uniformed Civil Enforcement Officers who would regularly patrol the area.

Give us your views:

If you wish to make any comments or objections regarding this proposal please send them in writing quoting reference number SCR243. You can do this in various ways:

The Design Team
London Borough of Barnet
11th Floor
1255 High Road
Whetstone
London
N20 0EJ

Properties on the affected road have also been sent a letter explaining our proposals in full and inviting them to make any further comments. If you live in the area and have not received a letter please email us or write to us, using the contact details above and quoting reference number SCR243

The proposals are also being advertised in the local press and London Gazette on Thursday 27 September 2018, and Notices will be put up on street in the area advising of the proposed changes.

All relevant comments will be formally considered before a decision is made on whether the proposals should be introduced, and if so, with or without modification. Once a decision has been made we will write to you again to advise you of the outcome.