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Colindale CPZ Consultation

This consultation has now closed.

Overview

Colindale is becoming one of London’s fastest growing areas, with new homes and new developments happening at pace, including the opening of the new library and Barnet and Southgate College in recent years.

Over the next 10 to 15 years, 10,000 new homes and new retail, commercial and community facilities will be delivered. The scale of regeneration means that careful consideration is needed to safeguard the parking needs of local residents, businesses and visitors of the area.

The council is therefore carrying out a consultation on proposals to introduce additional Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs) in Colindale and the surrounding areas.

More information on our proposals, and detailed information on how a CPZ operates, is provided in our consultation document. An outline map of all the properties to be included in the proposed Colindale Area CPZs can be found here. As our consultation document highlights, the area has been divided in to five smaller CPZ areas, some of which fall outside the Colindale ward. The detailed individual maps of each CPZ area are provided below:

CPZ Area 1 - Montrose/Silkstream/Greenway area - includes some roads in Burnt Oak

CPZ Area 2 - Colindeep Lane/The Hyde/Rushgrove Avenue area

CPZ Area 3 - Bristol Avenue/Lanacre Avenue area

CPZ Area 4 - Grahame Park area

CPZ Area 5 - Tithe and Longfield area - includes some roads in Mill Hill

Why are we consulting?

The council has designed a parking layout for the area and values the input from local residents and businesses on the proposed Colindale Area CPZs. In particular, we would like to hear your views on:

  • whether or not you would like a CPZ introduced in your road
  • what hours and days of the week you would prefer the CPZ to operate if it were to be introduced
  • any further comments you may have on the proposed CPZ

We also welcome feedback from residents who live outside the area or who visit the area, even if they do not have access to a vehicle or are a non-driver.

The findings from the consultation will be analysed and the results will be reported to the Environment Committee who will make the final decision on whether a CPZ should be introduced in your road and what the operational hours should be. Any agreed proposals will be subject to a further statutory consultation where you will have a further opportunity to make comments. The recent consultation on the review of the existing Colindale Controlled Parking Zone will be also considered with the results of this consultation.

Give us your views

Please take the time to read the consultation information and then give us your views by completing our questionnaire. You can do this in various ways:

  • complete our online questionnaire.
  • come along to one of our drop in sessions where you can view the plans in full and give your views. Council staff will also be on hand to discuss the plans and answer any questions you may have. The timetable of our drop in sessions is provided below.
  • complete a paper questionnaire. Printed copies of the questionnaire will be available at the drop in sessions.
  • alternatively you can request a paper copy of the questionnaire – please email parking.consultations@barnet.gov.uk or telephone 020 8359 3555 detailing your name and address.

Details of drop in sessions

Location
Date
Time

15 The Concourse, Colindale, London NW9 5XA

Wednesday 11 October 2017
12pm to 4pm
Saturday 14 October 2017
10am to 2pm
Thursday 19 October 2017
5pm to 9pm
Saturday 21 October 2017
1pm to 5pm


We have also written to all properties within the proposed CPZ boundaries inviting local residents to take part in the consultation. Properties have also been sent a copy of the consultation document and map. If you do live within the Colindale Area CPZ boundaries and have not received a letter, please email or write to us using the contact details on this page.

Please note we require only one completed questionnaire per household or property, so please ensure that the views given are representative of everyone affected by the proposed changes.

The closing date of this consultation is Sunday 12 November 2017.


Overview

Colindale is becoming one of London’s fastest growing areas, with new homes and new developments happening at pace, including the opening of the new library and Barnet and Southgate College in recent years.

Over the next 10 to 15 years, 10,000 new homes and new retail, commercial and community facilities will be delivered. The scale of regeneration means that careful consideration is needed to safeguard the parking needs of local residents, businesses and visitors of the area.

The council is therefore carrying out a consultation on proposals to introduce additional Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs) in Colindale and the surrounding areas.

More information on our proposals, and detailed information on how a CPZ operates, is provided in our consultation document. An outline map of all the properties to be included in the proposed Colindale Area CPZs can be found here. As our consultation document highlights, the area has been divided in to five smaller CPZ areas, some of which fall outside the Colindale ward. The detailed individual maps of each CPZ area are provided below:

CPZ Area 1 - Montrose/Silkstream/Greenway area - includes some roads in Burnt Oak

CPZ Area 2 - Colindeep Lane/The Hyde/Rushgrove Avenue area

CPZ Area 3 - Bristol Avenue/Lanacre Avenue area

CPZ Area 4 - Grahame Park area

CPZ Area 5 - Tithe and Longfield area - includes some roads in Mill Hill

Why are we consulting?

The council has designed a parking layout for the area and values the input from local residents and businesses on the proposed Colindale Area CPZs. In particular, we would like to hear your views on:

  • whether or not you would like a CPZ introduced in your road
  • what hours and days of the week you would prefer the CPZ to operate if it were to be introduced
  • any further comments you may have on the proposed CPZ

We also welcome feedback from residents who live outside the area or who visit the area, even if they do not have access to a vehicle or are a non-driver.

The findings from the consultation will be analysed and the results will be reported to the Environment Committee who will make the final decision on whether a CPZ should be introduced in your road and what the operational hours should be. Any agreed proposals will be subject to a further statutory consultation where you will have a further opportunity to make comments. The recent consultation on the review of the existing Colindale Controlled Parking Zone will be also considered with the results of this consultation.

Give us your views

Please take the time to read the consultation information and then give us your views by completing our questionnaire. You can do this in various ways:

  • complete our online questionnaire.
  • come along to one of our drop in sessions where you can view the plans in full and give your views. Council staff will also be on hand to discuss the plans and answer any questions you may have. The timetable of our drop in sessions is provided below.
  • complete a paper questionnaire. Printed copies of the questionnaire will be available at the drop in sessions.
  • alternatively you can request a paper copy of the questionnaire – please email parking.consultations@barnet.gov.uk or telephone 020 8359 3555 detailing your name and address.

Details of drop in sessions

Location
Date
Time

15 The Concourse, Colindale, London NW9 5XA

Wednesday 11 October 2017
12pm to 4pm
Saturday 14 October 2017
10am to 2pm
Thursday 19 October 2017
5pm to 9pm
Saturday 21 October 2017
1pm to 5pm


We have also written to all properties within the proposed CPZ boundaries inviting local residents to take part in the consultation. Properties have also been sent a copy of the consultation document and map. If you do live within the Colindale Area CPZ boundaries and have not received a letter, please email or write to us using the contact details on this page.

Please note we require only one completed questionnaire per household or property, so please ensure that the views given are representative of everyone affected by the proposed changes.

The closing date of this consultation is Sunday 12 November 2017.