ePetition - Roedean Controlled Parking Zone

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Roedean Controlled Parking Zone

We the undersigned petition Brighton & Hove Council to improve road safety by creating a ‘Light Touch’ Controlled Parking Zone in the residential area of Roedean including the streets and roads east of Brighton Fire Station and west of Roedean School

The parking of vehicles in Roedean Cliff is chaotic and dangerous. Drives are regularly blocked, verges used for parking are churned and a wide range of vehicles are dumped or kept there by non residents forcing residents to park a long way from their homes. Emergency vehicles and contractors collecting refuse are regularly unable to access Roedean Cliff. In recent years the problem has spread across the road to Roedean Crescent and Roedean Way where there is commonly a line of parked commuter vehicles. In particular the west exist to Roedean Crescent has become dangerously constrained by parked cars belonging... (Show all justification text)

Started by: RoedeanResidentsAssociation Chair (Craig Jones - Chair Roedean Residents Association)

This ePetition ran from 18/02/2019 to 24/06/2019 and has now finished.

174 people signed this ePetition.

Council response

"Thank you for your petition and I’m sorry to hear about the parking problems being encountered.

There is currently a priority parking scheme timetable which runs up until 2020/21 and that includes all of the areas across the city where there is either a consultation proposed to start, a consultation actually happening, or parking schemes being implemented and some areas that are being reviewed. Those areas have all shown a strong desire for a parking consultation at the outset.

An update report is due to be presented to our next meeting on 8th October 2019 on the parking scheme timetable. We will ensure representations will be considered as part of this report alongside requests from other areas so what you have said today will be taken into account".


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