Penge Parking Review

We have received a number of queries regarding the next stage of consultation for the Penge Parking Survey so we have pasted the following extracts from the report which went to the Environmental Committee meeting which shows which roads will be further consulted:

Further consultation:

2.1 Crampton Road, Kingswood Road, Phoenix Road, Lucas Road, Cottingham Road, Kingsdale Road, Southey Street and Raleigh Road are further consulted on the possibility of a Controlled Parking Zone being implemented to the area. The required plans will show the proposed changes.

2.2 Torr Road, Wordsworth Road, St Johns Road, Station Road, Barsons Close and Lucas Road are also further consulted with appropriate plans on the possibility of a Controlled Parking Zone / permit parking scheme being implemented.

2.3 Clevedon Road and Royston Road be further consulted on the possibility of a permit parking scheme also being implemented, given the likely introduction of a Controlled Parking Zone to Kenilworth Road and other adjacent roads within the area.

Ward Councillor Views

1. Have Ward Councillors been asked for comments? Yes

2. Summary of Ward Councilors’ comments:

Ward Members have been informed of the informal consultation that was carried out with residents and all the results and comments received. The final consultation results and comments have been issued to Ward Members for analysis. The Ward Members have subsequently all expressed support for a scheme to be progressed and for further consultation to the roads where support is evident for changes to be made.

 

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This blog is maintained by Cllr Kathy Bance MBE, Cllr Peter Fookes and Cllr Kevin Brooks, the Labour Party councillors for Penge & Cator ward on Bromley Council.
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5 Responses to Penge Parking Review

  1. Clare says:

    Why is there no mention of Mosslea Road?

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    • Mosslea Road is included in the consultation and residents in that road are very active and aware of the consultation.
      There is a group against and a group for so it is important to get all the residents to make their view known by returning the forms.

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  2. Michael Ovenden says:

    Residents of Kingsdale Road have responded to consultations already and a large majority have declared themselves to be in favour. They have been waiting for something to happen for a long time and unless the plans have drastically changed another long consultation period relating to Kingsdale seems to be little more than administrative overkill.

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