Park View Road N3 & neighbouring streets CPZ – statutory consultation

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Proposed Extension of Church End Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ)

Background

In Barnet, like many other local authorities, we have a system of parking bays and parking permits that prioritise parking for residents, businesses and their visitors and customers. These systems are called Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ).

The council’s Finchley and Golders Green Area Committee has been carrying out a review of the Church End "CE" Controlled Parking Zone. This review is in response to previous concerns raised by residents living in Park View Road regarding the high levels of parking by non-residents in the road. The residents requested that Park View Road be included in the existing Church End ‘CE’ Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ).

To help address these concerns the Finchley and Golders Green Area Committee carried out an informal consultation with all residents and businesses in the surrounding area to ascertain if they would also like their roads to be included in the nearby Church End ‘CE’ CPZ. You can find the results of this consultation here.

Proposals to extend the existing Church End "CE" Controlled Parking Zone

As a result of the feedback received from the consultation the Finchley and Golders Green Area Committee meeting in October 2020 agreed a proposed extension of the existing Church End "CE" Controlled Parking Zone and is currently consulting on these plans. The proposed extension includes the following roads:

  • Park View Road
  • Park Avenue
  • Etchingham Park Road (between Holdenhurst Avenue and Squires Lane)
  • Park Crescent.

The measures are aimed at addressing the concerns raised by residents about the high levels of parking on their road by non-residents making it difficult for the residents to find available kerbside space. The proposals would also address road safety concerns due to obstructive parking that occurs at the road junctions in Park View Road and the surrounding streets.

The Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) would operate between the hours of 2pm to 3pm Monday to Friday, the same as the existing Church end CPZ. In addition to this, waiting restrictions operating from 11am to 12pm Monday to Friday have been proposed along Victoria Park to deter all-day parking by non-residents and help the visitors to the park.

What will these new measures mean for residents

The new measures would mean residents living within the proposed CPZ would be required to obtain CE resident parking permits, which would enable them to park within any of the available permit holder parking bays, during the restricted period mentioned above.

The proposed single yellow line waiting restrictions within the zone boundary would also operate between the new CPZ hours unless otherwise stated. Parking would not be allowed at any time where double yellow lines would be introduced.

Any vehicle not parked according to these new rules is liable to receive a Penalty Charge Notice, issued by uniformed Civil Enforcement Officers who would regularly patrol the area.

You can view the plans of the proposals below:

SCR380 - 0 Proposed Church End CPZ Extension - New boundary

SCR380 - 1 Church End CPZ Extension - General layout

SCR380 - 2 Church End CPZ Extension

SCR380 - 3 Church End CPZ Extension

SCR380 - 4 Church End CPZ Extension


If you live in the proposed CPZ area, we would like your feedback:

We have written to all properties situated within the proposed CPZ explaining our proposals in full and inviting them to take part in this consultation. Public notices have been published in the local papers and The London Gazette of 27 May 2021 and site notices have also been displayed in the affected streets.

If you live in the area and have not received a letter please email us or call us, using the contact details below and quoting reference number SCR380 in relation to the proposed CPZ extension:

by visiting the Barnet TraffWeb public consultation website at www.barnettraffweb.co.uk

by emailing: parking.consultations@barnet.gov.uk

by telephoning 020 8359 3555, or

by writing to:

The Parking Design Team

6th Floor

2 Bristol Avenue

Colindale

London

NW9 4EW


The closing date of this consultation is 24 June 2021.

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

Proposed Extension of Church End Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ)

Background

In Barnet, like many other local authorities, we have a system of parking bays and parking permits that prioritise parking for residents, businesses and their visitors and customers. These systems are called Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ).

The council’s Finchley and Golders Green Area Committee has been carrying out a review of the Church End "CE" Controlled Parking Zone. This review is in response to previous concerns raised by residents living in Park View Road regarding the high levels of parking by non-residents in the road. The residents requested that Park View Road be included in the existing Church End ‘CE’ Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ).

To help address these concerns the Finchley and Golders Green Area Committee carried out an informal consultation with all residents and businesses in the surrounding area to ascertain if they would also like their roads to be included in the nearby Church End ‘CE’ CPZ. You can find the results of this consultation here.

Proposals to extend the existing Church End "CE" Controlled Parking Zone

As a result of the feedback received from the consultation the Finchley and Golders Green Area Committee meeting in October 2020 agreed a proposed extension of the existing Church End "CE" Controlled Parking Zone and is currently consulting on these plans. The proposed extension includes the following roads:

  • Park View Road
  • Park Avenue
  • Etchingham Park Road (between Holdenhurst Avenue and Squires Lane)
  • Park Crescent.

The measures are aimed at addressing the concerns raised by residents about the high levels of parking on their road by non-residents making it difficult for the residents to find available kerbside space. The proposals would also address road safety concerns due to obstructive parking that occurs at the road junctions in Park View Road and the surrounding streets.

The Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) would operate between the hours of 2pm to 3pm Monday to Friday, the same as the existing Church end CPZ. In addition to this, waiting restrictions operating from 11am to 12pm Monday to Friday have been proposed along Victoria Park to deter all-day parking by non-residents and help the visitors to the park.

What will these new measures mean for residents

The new measures would mean residents living within the proposed CPZ would be required to obtain CE resident parking permits, which would enable them to park within any of the available permit holder parking bays, during the restricted period mentioned above.

The proposed single yellow line waiting restrictions within the zone boundary would also operate between the new CPZ hours unless otherwise stated. Parking would not be allowed at any time where double yellow lines would be introduced.

Any vehicle not parked according to these new rules is liable to receive a Penalty Charge Notice, issued by uniformed Civil Enforcement Officers who would regularly patrol the area.

You can view the plans of the proposals below:

SCR380 - 0 Proposed Church End CPZ Extension - New boundary

SCR380 - 1 Church End CPZ Extension - General layout

SCR380 - 2 Church End CPZ Extension

SCR380 - 3 Church End CPZ Extension

SCR380 - 4 Church End CPZ Extension


If you live in the proposed CPZ area, we would like your feedback:

We have written to all properties situated within the proposed CPZ explaining our proposals in full and inviting them to take part in this consultation. Public notices have been published in the local papers and The London Gazette of 27 May 2021 and site notices have also been displayed in the affected streets.

If you live in the area and have not received a letter please email us or call us, using the contact details below and quoting reference number SCR380 in relation to the proposed CPZ extension:

by visiting the Barnet TraffWeb public consultation website at www.barnettraffweb.co.uk

by emailing: parking.consultations@barnet.gov.uk

by telephoning 020 8359 3555, or

by writing to:

The Parking Design Team

6th Floor

2 Bristol Avenue

Colindale

London

NW9 4EW


The closing date of this consultation is 24 June 2021.

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