Decision - Parking Schemes Update Report

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Parking Schemes Update Report

Decision Maker: Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: No

Decision:

1)            That the Committee having taken account of all duly made representations and objections, approves as advertised the following order below to proceed with the implementation of changing roads in the Zone U (light touch scheme) into Zone C (full scheme);

 

            Zone U to Zone C

 

BRIGHTON & HOVE VARIOUS CONTROLLED PARKING ZONES CONSOLIDATION ORDER 2018 AMENDMENT ORDER NO. * 201* (ref: TRO-1-2019)

 

2)            That the Committee agrees to consult a small area known as the top triangle area which include the roads Cromwell Street, Baxter Street, Lynton Street, Arnold Street, Carlyle Street and the relevant part of Queens Park Road with a detailed design on whether they wish to join Zone V (Full scheme).

 

3)            That the Committee agrees that an initial consultation be undertaken with residents in Freshfield Street and Queens Park Rise to see whether they would like to join Zone C (full scheme) or remain as they are in Zone S (light touch scheme)

 

4)            That the Committee approve an update be sent to all residents within these zones with highlight findings as soon as possible to update them on the way forward.

Report author: Catherine Dignan

Publication date: 21/03/2019

Date of decision: 19/03/2019

Decided at meeting: 19/03/2019 - Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee

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