Osborne Road Controlled Parking Zone Statutory Consultation

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Consultation has concluded

Overview

Enfield Council consulted residents of Osborne Road and Windsor Road on the idea of a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ).

This follows on from our earlier consultation that showed that residents in Osborne Road are broadly in favour of parking controls, 9am – 6.30pm Monday to Saturday

The previous consultation also suggests that there is not enough support to continue to include Windsor Road.

The Council aims to proceed with introducing the scheme in Spring 2020. This consultation provides residents and others the opportunity to object or make representation regarding the scheme.

Please view the following documents via the document library to the right of the page:

1) Scheme leaflet

2) Permit Information Overview

3)Public Notice, Statement of Reasons and Traffic Management Order

4)Summary of previous consultation results


Why We Are Consulting

This consultation relates to the making of the traffic orders needed to allow the CPZ to be introduced. It offers residents the opportunity to confirm their support for the scheme or to submit formal objections.

Specific Questions about the proposals or the process should be addressed on the Q&A page, we will endeavour to answer your questions within 2 working days and the your questions and answers will be shared for everyone to see. . All representation will be carefully considered before deciding whether or not to proceed with the scheme.

Objections must reach us in writing by 29th January 2020, and can be submitted:

a) Via this consultation page

b) By email to traffic@enfield.gov.uk

c) By letter sent to the Civic Centre and marked for attention of 'Traffic Team' quoting Ref: TG52/1420

Overview

Enfield Council consulted residents of Osborne Road and Windsor Road on the idea of a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ).

This follows on from our earlier consultation that showed that residents in Osborne Road are broadly in favour of parking controls, 9am – 6.30pm Monday to Saturday

The previous consultation also suggests that there is not enough support to continue to include Windsor Road.

The Council aims to proceed with introducing the scheme in Spring 2020. This consultation provides residents and others the opportunity to object or make representation regarding the scheme.

Please view the following documents via the document library to the right of the page:

1) Scheme leaflet

2) Permit Information Overview

3)Public Notice, Statement of Reasons and Traffic Management Order

4)Summary of previous consultation results


Why We Are Consulting

This consultation relates to the making of the traffic orders needed to allow the CPZ to be introduced. It offers residents the opportunity to confirm their support for the scheme or to submit formal objections.

Specific Questions about the proposals or the process should be addressed on the Q&A page, we will endeavour to answer your questions within 2 working days and the your questions and answers will be shared for everyone to see. . All representation will be carefully considered before deciding whether or not to proceed with the scheme.

Objections must reach us in writing by 29th January 2020, and can be submitted:

a) Via this consultation page

b) By email to traffic@enfield.gov.uk

c) By letter sent to the Civic Centre and marked for attention of 'Traffic Team' quoting Ref: TG52/1420

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    Can you detail the measures that will be taken to ensure permits are only issued to genuine residents and not business or building owners from Green Lanes? By including the flats on Green Lanes you are running the risk of this and I'd like to be reassured that stringent checks will be in place.

    * asked 5 months ago

    Before a residents parking permit can be issued the applicant must supply proof of where they live

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    The double yellow lines I am referring to are the ones shown on the diagram we received yesterday. According to the key, there are proposed yellow lines to be on New River Crescent from number 87 to number 89, and also along both sides of Lightcliffe Road part of the way between Windsor Road and Hedge Lane. Is that not the case? (I can see the need for double yellow lines at the junctions, even if they do take away parking spaces.)

    Ursula Murray asked 5 months ago

    I think that the lines you are referring to are the boundary of the CPZ (shown as a red line around Osborne Road). The only new double yellow lines proposed are at the junction of Osborne Road and New River Crescent. I have now added a plan to the document library on this website with the project boundary line in blue. I hope that clears up any confusion, but if not, please let me know. 

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    Why do you feel it is necessary to put double yellow lines along New River Crescent at the bottom of Osborne Rd, and also along Lightcliffe Road. We live on New River Crescent and those extra restrictions will make it very difficult for us to find anywhere to park. Also why is there still a disabled parking space outside 144 New River Crescent when the person for whom the spot was required died about three years ago?

    Ursula Murray asked 5 months ago

    The yellow lines shown at the junction with Lightcliffe Road are existing and are not changing as part of this scheme. The ones at the junction of Osborne Road and New River Crescent are being proposed to bring this junction in line with most other junctions in the area. The Highway Code states you do not park within 10 metres of a junction and Enfield tries to highlight and enforce this rule by adding yellow lines to most of our scheme for safety reasons. You can of course object to this proposal as part of your response.

    I have passed on your comment about the disabled bay to the team that manage them for investigation.

    I hope this answers your questions