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Barnet Hospital CPZ Parking Consultation

This consultation has now closed.

Overview

Last year we carried out an informal consultation where those living and operating in the Barnet Hospital area were asked to complete a questionnaire providing their views on parking and how they felt about the introduction of a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ). We have provided more information on how CPZs operate and frequently asked questions here.

The consultation showed that the majority of respondents were not satisfied with their current parking situation. Residents also told us they found it difficult to park in their road due to nearby public or business facilities, and welcomed a further investigation to see if a CPZ would be viable in the Barnet Hospital area.

We have considered the findings carefully and are proposing the implementation a CPZ on Granville Road, Argyle Road, Wellside Close, Wellhouse Lane (Between No. 120-124 & No. 21-27), Elmbank Avenue, Vyse Close, Garthland Drive, Sutton Crescent, Lingholm Way and Lexington Way.

Full details of the proposed CPZs are outlined in the maps below (please click on the links to open the maps):

Arygle Road, Granville Road, EN5 area
Elmbank Avenue, Garthland Drive, Vyse Close, Wellhouse Lane and Wellside Close, EN5 area
Sutton Crescent, Linghorn Way and Lexington Way, EN5 area


As well as the proposed CPZs, we are also proposing to introduce new waiting restrictions in the Barnet Hospital area. These waiting restrictions will help prevent obstructive parking, improve traffic flow, and general road safety for pedestrians and motorists. The proposals are as follows:

1. Introduce new waiting restrictions around the junctions of (please click on the links to open the maps):

Granville Road and Kings Road
North Close and Escot Way
Kings Road and Barnet Road
Escot Way and Endersby Road
Barnet Road and Galley Lane
Cavendish Road and Kings Road
Well Road and Well Approach
Grimsdyke Crescent and Kings Road
Spring Close and Bells Hill
Dellors Close and Bells Hill
Denton Close and Aitken Road
Bells Hill and St Stephens Road
Denton Close and Escot Way
Bells Hill and Spring Close
Bells Hill and Redwood Way
Garthland Drive and Elmbank Avenue


2. Introduce new lengths of double yellow line waiting restrictions at Wellside Close, Galley Lane, Barnet Road, Elmbank Avenue, Well Approach and Trinder Road.

3. Introduce new length of 8am to 6.30pm Monday to Saturday waiting restrictions at Galley Lane.


If you live in the affected roads we would like your feedback:

Properties on these roads have 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 below and quoting reference number SCR191:

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

The closing date of this consultation is Friday 24th November 2017.

All relevant comments and objections will then be considered before deciding whether or not these proposed changes should be introduced, with or without modification.

Overview

Last year we carried out an informal consultation where those living and operating in the Barnet Hospital area were asked to complete a questionnaire providing their views on parking and how they felt about the introduction of a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ). We have provided more information on how CPZs operate and frequently asked questions here.

The consultation showed that the majority of respondents were not satisfied with their current parking situation. Residents also told us they found it difficult to park in their road due to nearby public or business facilities, and welcomed a further investigation to see if a CPZ would be viable in the Barnet Hospital area.

We have considered the findings carefully and are proposing the implementation a CPZ on Granville Road, Argyle Road, Wellside Close, Wellhouse Lane (Between No. 120-124 & No. 21-27), Elmbank Avenue, Vyse Close, Garthland Drive, Sutton Crescent, Lingholm Way and Lexington Way.

Full details of the proposed CPZs are outlined in the maps below (please click on the links to open the maps):

Arygle Road, Granville Road, EN5 area
Elmbank Avenue, Garthland Drive, Vyse Close, Wellhouse Lane and Wellside Close, EN5 area
Sutton Crescent, Linghorn Way and Lexington Way, EN5 area


As well as the proposed CPZs, we are also proposing to introduce new waiting restrictions in the Barnet Hospital area. These waiting restrictions will help prevent obstructive parking, improve traffic flow, and general road safety for pedestrians and motorists. The proposals are as follows:

1. Introduce new waiting restrictions around the junctions of (please click on the links to open the maps):

Granville Road and Kings Road
North Close and Escot Way
Kings Road and Barnet Road
Escot Way and Endersby Road
Barnet Road and Galley Lane
Cavendish Road and Kings Road
Well Road and Well Approach
Grimsdyke Crescent and Kings Road
Spring Close and Bells Hill
Dellors Close and Bells Hill
Denton Close and Aitken Road
Bells Hill and St Stephens Road
Denton Close and Escot Way
Bells Hill and Spring Close
Bells Hill and Redwood Way
Garthland Drive and Elmbank Avenue


2. Introduce new lengths of double yellow line waiting restrictions at Wellside Close, Galley Lane, Barnet Road, Elmbank Avenue, Well Approach and Trinder Road.

3. Introduce new length of 8am to 6.30pm Monday to Saturday waiting restrictions at Galley Lane.


If you live in the affected roads we would like your feedback:

Properties on these roads have 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 below and quoting reference number SCR191:

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

The closing date of this consultation is Friday 24th November 2017.

All relevant comments and objections will then be considered before deciding whether or not these proposed changes should be introduced, with or without modification.