Temple Fortune Area NW11 - Proposed waiting restrictions statutory consultation

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This consultation has now closed.

Overview

In June 2017 we carried out a statutory consultation on proposed yellow line waiting restrictions in the Temple Fortune area. The findings were reported to the Finchley & Golders Green Area Committee in November 2017 who decided that overall, parking restrictions should be introduced, but with some proposals that would require further discussion with ward councillors.

We acknowledge that a significant amount of time has now passed, and have decided it would be beneficial to consult with the local community again on the proposed measures, especially as parking in the area may have changed since the original consultation.

We have taken into consideration the current COVID-19 outbreak, however we feel it is appropriate for this consultation to continue as given the current situation, many of our residents are at home and can therefore fully participate. Please rest assured that the delivery of this consultation adheres to all social distancing rules and government guidelines.

We are proposing to introduce double yellow lines at various locations experiencing obstructive parking. The aim is to prevent obstructive parking, improve traffic flow, maintain sightlines and improve road safety. The double yellow lines would also allow safer crossing points for pedestrians at the locations.

The introduction of the restrictions would mean that motorists would not be able to park on the yellow lines at any time, although continuous loading and unloading would be allowed for up to 40 minutes if no obstruction is caused.

How to view the plans.

Please click HERE to view the overview plan to find out which plan includes your road. You should then click on the appropriate plan number below to find out how you will be affected.

01020304050607
08091011121314


If you live in the affected roads - how to give us your views

We have written to all properties in close proximity to the proposed measures 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 21 May 2020 and site notices have also been displayed in the affected streets.

If you wish to make any comments or objections regarding this proposal please send them in writing quoting reference number SCR331. You can do this in various ways, by:

Parking Design Team, Highways, 6th Floor, 2 Bristol Avenue, Colindale, NW9 4EW

If you live in the area and have not received a letter please contact us by using the details above, quoting reference number SCR331.

The closing date of this statutory consultation is 18 June 2020. The feedback will be analysed and the results will be reported to a future Finchley & Golders Green Area Committee for a decision to be made.

Overview

In June 2017 we carried out a statutory consultation on proposed yellow line waiting restrictions in the Temple Fortune area. The findings were reported to the Finchley & Golders Green Area Committee in November 2017 who decided that overall, parking restrictions should be introduced, but with some proposals that would require further discussion with ward councillors.

We acknowledge that a significant amount of time has now passed, and have decided it would be beneficial to consult with the local community again on the proposed measures, especially as parking in the area may have changed since the original consultation.

We have taken into consideration the current COVID-19 outbreak, however we feel it is appropriate for this consultation to continue as given the current situation, many of our residents are at home and can therefore fully participate. Please rest assured that the delivery of this consultation adheres to all social distancing rules and government guidelines.

We are proposing to introduce double yellow lines at various locations experiencing obstructive parking. The aim is to prevent obstructive parking, improve traffic flow, maintain sightlines and improve road safety. The double yellow lines would also allow safer crossing points for pedestrians at the locations.

The introduction of the restrictions would mean that motorists would not be able to park on the yellow lines at any time, although continuous loading and unloading would be allowed for up to 40 minutes if no obstruction is caused.

How to view the plans.

Please click HERE to view the overview plan to find out which plan includes your road. You should then click on the appropriate plan number below to find out how you will be affected.

01020304050607
08091011121314


If you live in the affected roads - how to give us your views

We have written to all properties in close proximity to the proposed measures 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 21 May 2020 and site notices have also been displayed in the affected streets.

If you wish to make any comments or objections regarding this proposal please send them in writing quoting reference number SCR331. You can do this in various ways, by:

Parking Design Team, Highways, 6th Floor, 2 Bristol Avenue, Colindale, NW9 4EW

If you live in the area and have not received a letter please contact us by using the details above, quoting reference number SCR331.

The closing date of this statutory consultation is 18 June 2020. The feedback will be analysed and the results will be reported to a future Finchley & Golders Green Area Committee for a decision to be made.