Stage One and Two 'combined' consultation - Introduction of parking controls in Zone L displacement area (South Homerton)

Closed 8 May 2017

Opened 27 Mar 2017

Results Updated 11 Aug 2017

We are pleased to announce that the result of the Stage One and Two consultation on the introduction of parking controls in zone L displacement (Mabley Street area) is now available on our website.

A copy of the approved delegated report which details the decision made by the Council has been attached below. 

Summary leaflets detailing the results of the consultation and final decision made by the Council will be sent by post to all residents and businesses in the area shortly. A copy will also be made available on this web page once they have been mailed out.

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Overview

Between October and November 2012, Parking Services consulted you and surrounding roads in your area on the introduction of parking controls.

The results of the consultation indicated that a number of streets were in support of parking controls and as a result parking controls were introduced in these areas in June 2013. As your road was not in favour of the introduction of parking restrictions, it remained uncontrolled.

Why We Are Consulting

Since the last time we consulted, Parking Services have received feedback requesting for the introduction of controls from residents in your area.

We recognise that the introduction of controls in the nearby area has had an impact on uncontrolled roads in your area as a result of displacement parking. To minimise the impact of parking pressure in these roads, we are re-consulting residents and businesses in these roads to provide them with another opportunity to have their say on the introduction of parking controls.

Parking Services are carrying out a ‘combined’ Stage 1 and 2 consultation to ensure that controls are implemented in a timely manner if residents are in favour.

We are requesting your feedback on;

• Support for parking controls

• Proposed design of parking controls for the area.

Please see the enclosed map for more information about the area being consulted and proposed design of the parking restrictions.

Areas

  • Hackney Wick

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Traffic and transportation
  • Parking
  • Pollution
  • Sustainability