Erskine Hill, North Square and Temple Fortune Hill NW11 CPZ Extension

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Overview

After carrying out consultation and engagement with local residents, the Finchley and Golders Green Committee have decided that an investigation and a further consultation should be carried out on the proposal to introduce an extension to the existing Garden Suburb Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ).

The extension will extend the existing Garden Suburb ‘GS’ CPZ to include Erskine Hill (between Temple Fortune Hill and North Square), Temple Fortune Hill (between Willifield Way and Erskine Hill) and North Square. We will also make minor layout changes so that an additional resident parking space (18 metres) can be introduced in Central Square outside St Jude’s Vicarage. For more information please look at the map.

‘Permit holders past this point’ controls will also be in operation from the south-western arm of North Square (between its junction with Erskine Hill and its south-westernmost point). This area will be identifiable from appropriate signs at the entry to the south-western arm of North Square.

The CPZ extension would operate between the hours of 1pm and 2pm Monday to Friday.

Because of these measures being introduced, residents living with the area of the proposed CPZ would be required to have a resident parking permit. This will allow residents to park within any of the available resident permit holder parking bays or ‘or permit holders past this point’ areas, during the restricted period mentioned above.

Single yellow line waiting restrictions will be introduced where it is considered inappropriate or dangerous to park, for example, in front of vehicle crossovers. We are also planning to implement double yellow lines where parking would not be allowed at any time.

The proposed measures in this scheme are being advertised in the local press and London Gazette on Thursday 1 November 2018, and notices will be put up on street in the area advising of the proposed changes.

We would like to hear your views on the proposed changes to the parking in your area. If you would like further information about how the proposed changes may affect you, or you wish to make any comments to this consultation then please do so by:

  • visiting the Barnet TraffWeb public consultation website at www.barnettraffweb.co.uk,
  • emailing: parking.consultations@barnet.gov.uk, or
  • writing to:

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

Please quote reference number SCR247 in your correspondence.

The closing date of this consultation is Thursday 29 November 2018. 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

After carrying out consultation and engagement with local residents, the Finchley and Golders Green Committee have decided that an investigation and a further consultation should be carried out on the proposal to introduce an extension to the existing Garden Suburb Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ).

The extension will extend the existing Garden Suburb ‘GS’ CPZ to include Erskine Hill (between Temple Fortune Hill and North Square), Temple Fortune Hill (between Willifield Way and Erskine Hill) and North Square. We will also make minor layout changes so that an additional resident parking space (18 metres) can be introduced in Central Square outside St Jude’s Vicarage. For more information please look at the map.

‘Permit holders past this point’ controls will also be in operation from the south-western arm of North Square (between its junction with Erskine Hill and its south-westernmost point). This area will be identifiable from appropriate signs at the entry to the south-western arm of North Square.

The CPZ extension would operate between the hours of 1pm and 2pm Monday to Friday.

Because of these measures being introduced, residents living with the area of the proposed CPZ would be required to have a resident parking permit. This will allow residents to park within any of the available resident permit holder parking bays or ‘or permit holders past this point’ areas, during the restricted period mentioned above.

Single yellow line waiting restrictions will be introduced where it is considered inappropriate or dangerous to park, for example, in front of vehicle crossovers. We are also planning to implement double yellow lines where parking would not be allowed at any time.

The proposed measures in this scheme are being advertised in the local press and London Gazette on Thursday 1 November 2018, and notices will be put up on street in the area advising of the proposed changes.

We would like to hear your views on the proposed changes to the parking in your area. If you would like further information about how the proposed changes may affect you, or you wish to make any comments to this consultation then please do so by:

  • visiting the Barnet TraffWeb public consultation website at www.barnettraffweb.co.uk,
  • emailing: parking.consultations@barnet.gov.uk, or
  • writing to:

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

Please quote reference number SCR247 in your correspondence.

The closing date of this consultation is Thursday 29 November 2018. All relevant comments and objections will then be considered before deciding whether or not these proposed changes should be introduced, with or without modification.

This consultation has now closed.
  • We Asked, You Said, We Did

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    2 months ago

    We Asked

    We asked for your views on the implementation of parking controls, including the extension of a Controlled parking Zone (CPZ) in Temple Fortune Hill (between Willifield Way and Erskine Hill, and North Square) to address local concerns about non-residential and inconsiderate parking.

    You said

    Overall, out of the 360 letters we sent out to the addresses within the consultation boundary, we received 77 responses, representing a 21% response rate.

    19% of residents responded in favour to the proposed CPZ extension, however it should be noted that these residents lived within the proposed CPZ extension boundary.

    81% of residents...

    We Asked

    We asked for your views on the implementation of parking controls, including the extension of a Controlled parking Zone (CPZ) in Temple Fortune Hill (between Willifield Way and Erskine Hill, and North Square) to address local concerns about non-residential and inconsiderate parking.

    You said

    Overall, out of the 360 letters we sent out to the addresses within the consultation boundary, we received 77 responses, representing a 21% response rate.

    19% of residents responded in favour to the proposed CPZ extension, however it should be noted that these residents lived within the proposed CPZ extension boundary.

    81% of residents objected or raised concerns regarding the scheme. Most of these objections were received from residents outside of the proposed CPZ extension boundary, who raised concerns around displacement of parking.

    We did

    Based on the feedback received, we have made the decision to implement the scheme as proposed. However it was acknowledged that concern does exist from residents of local neighbouring roads regarding the potential displacement of parked vehicles into their roads and this is a possibility, although Officers consider that ongoing monitoring of comments received post-CPZ implementation should be undertaken and given the concern, that a report summarising the feedback should be reported back to this Committee, for it to decide whether they wish to see any further action taken in respect of parking in the area.

    If you wish to make any comments and observations regarding this proposal please send them in writing quoting reference number SCR-247, to the Traffic & Design Team at parking.consultations@barnet.gov.uk

    Works to introduce signs and road markings came into operation In November 2019

    You can find details on how CPZs operate, charges and what other permits are available, on the Council’s website. If you would like to apply for these or any other type of permit, you can apply online at www.barnet.gov.uk/parking or contact the council’s Parking Permit Team on 020 8359 7446.

    You can read the full results of the consultation here.

  • We Asked, You Said, We Did

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    2 months ago

    We Asked

    We asked for your views on the implementation of parking controls, including the extension of a Controlled parking Zone (CPZ) in Temple Fortune Hill (between Willifield Way and Erskine Hill, and North Square) to address local concerns about non-residential and inconsiderate parking.

    You said

    Overall, out of the 360 letters we sent out to the addresses within the consultation boundary, we received 77 responses, representing a 21% response rate.

    19% of residents responded in favour to the proposed CPZ extension, however it should be noted that these residents lived within the proposed CPZ extension boundary.

    81% of residents objected or raised concerns regarding the scheme. Most of these objections were received from residents outside of the proposed CPZ extension boundary, who raised concerns around displacement of parking.

    We did

    Based on the feedback received, we have made the decision to implement the scheme as proposed. However it was acknowledged that concern does exist from residents of local neighbouring roads regarding the potential displacement of parked vehicles into their roads and this is a possibility, although Officers consider that ongoing monitoring of comments received post-CPZ implementation should be undertaken and given the concern, that a report summarising the feedback should be reported back to this Committee, for it to decide whether they wish to see any further action taken in respect of parking in the area.

    If you wish to make any comments and observations regarding this proposal please send them in writing quoting reference number SCR-247, to the Traffic & Design Team at parking.consultations@barnet.gov.uk

    Works to introduce signs and road markings came into operation In November 2019

    You can find details on how CPZs operate, charges and what other permits are available, on the Council’s website. If you would like to apply for these or any other type of permit, you can apply online at www.barnet.gov.uk/parking or contact the council’s Parking Permit Team on 020 8359 7446.

    You can read the full results of the consultation here.

    We Asked

    We asked for your views on the implementation of parking controls, including the extension of a Controlled parking Zone (CPZ) in Temple Fortune Hill (between Willifield Way and Erskine Hill, and North Square) to address local concerns about non-residential and inconsiderate parking.

    You said

    Overall, out of the 360 letters we sent out to the addresses within the consultation boundary, we received 77 responses, representing a 21% response rate.

    19% of residents responded in favour to the proposed CPZ extension, however it should be noted that these residents lived within the proposed CPZ extension boundary.

    81% of residents objected or raised concerns regarding the scheme. Most of these objections were received from residents outside of the proposed CPZ extension boundary, who raised concerns around displacement of parking.

    We did

    Based on the feedback received, we have made the decision to implement the scheme as proposed. However it was acknowledged that concern does exist from residents of local neighbouring roads regarding the potential displacement of parked vehicles into their roads and this is a possibility, although Officers consider that ongoing monitoring of comments received post-CPZ implementation should be undertaken and given the concern, that a report summarising the feedback should be reported back to this Committee, for it to decide whether they wish to see any further action taken in respect of parking in the area.

    If you wish to make any comments and observations regarding this proposal please send them in writing quoting reference number SCR-247, to the Traffic & Design Team at parking.consultations@barnet.gov.uk

    Works to introduce signs and road markings came into operation In November 2019

    You can find details on how CPZs operate, charges and what other permits are available, on the Council’s website. If you would like to apply for these or any other type of permit, you can apply online at www.barnet.gov.uk/parking or contact the council’s Parking Permit Team on 020 8359 7446.

    You can read the full results of the consultation here.