Watery Lane Cabinet Member Approval and Implementation - update March 2018
Following the statutory consultation, the feedback from the community was reported to the Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Environment and Housing in February 2018. Approval has been given to proceed with implementing Watery Lane into the MP1 CPZ with the anticipated operational start of 23 April 2018. A newsletter will be distributed shortly to all properties in the boundary of the proposed CPZ to update them of the decision and to notify of the next stage with regards to implementation of signs and lining street works for the CPZ. To download an electronic version please follow the webpage link below.
Watery Lane implementation newsletter
For further information to the Cabinet Member decision and detailed information to the result of the statutory consultation please see the following links to the Cabinet Member report.
Watery Lane statutory consultation report and cabinet member decision
The Council's parking enforcement team will shortly be distributing to properties within the scheme an information pack, including parking permit application forms.
What happens next
The consultation period will commence from 9 November – 1 December 2017, a statutory consultation newsletter with details of the proposals will be distributed to all properties within the scheme boundary. For further information on the proposals please see the link below to the statutory consultation documentation.
Watery Lane MP1 CPZ extension statutory consultation document
Representations in regards to the proposals must be made in writing to the; Head of Street Sustainable Communities, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, Surrey, SM4 5DX
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Representations must reach the Council by no later than 1 December 2017 quoting reference ES/MP1ext/WL. Objections must relate only to the elements of the scheme that are subject to this statutory consultation.
Watery Lane Statutory Consultation
Following the outcome of the informal consultation, carried out during September / October 2016 on the proposal to introduce a controlled parking zone (MP2 CPZ), residents of Watery Lane did not support the proposed CPZ or the proposed double yellow lines. Following further discussions with Watery Lane residents and a meeting organised by the Merton Park Ward Councillors held on 20 September 2017 it was agreed to proceed with a statutory consultation to include Watery Lane into the MP1 CPZ operating Monday to Friday between 10am and 4pm.
Update 3 June 2016
Following Cabinet Member approval to proceed with implementation of the MP1 CPZ extension, street works are scheduled to commence from 13 June 2016. Work will be carried out between 8am and 4.30pm. To allow the works to be carried out as quickly as possible, temporary parking restrictions may be introduced, although parking" cones and signs will be in place to indicate the areas where parking would be prohibited. By doing so, this will keep the roads free of parked vehicles allowing a smooth transition of the works. Vehicles would be allowed back onto the road once the lining work is complete or after the working day.
Schedule of works
Keswick Avenue and Kenley Road 13 - 15 June.
Mostyn Road 16 - 17 June.
Tybenham Road Poplar Road South 20 - 23 June.
Cranleigh Road 20 - 23 June.
Notices and cones will be placed in your road 12 – 48hrs prior to work being undertaken.
The MP1 CPZ extension is scheduled to come into operation on 11 July 2016.
To view the implementation newsletter please click the following link.
MP1 CPZ extension implementation newsletter
Update 19 April 2016
Following the statutory consultation that took place in December 2015, the results and feedback from the community were reported to the Cabinet Member for Environment Sustainability and Regeneration. Approval has been given to proceed with implementation of the MP1 CPZ Extension with the anticipated operational start time of 11 July 2016. For further information see the link below for the Cabinet Member decision sheet and for detailed information to the result of the statutory consultation please see the link to the Cabinet Member report.
MP1 CPZ Extension decision sheet
MP1 CPZ Extension Report to the Statutory Consultation
Merton Park South area
Following the communication that ward Councillors distributed to residents advising of a consultation to include their road into a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) the council is now carrying out a statutory consultation on its intention to introduce parking controls in Cranleigh Road, Keswick Avenue, Kenley Road (between Circle Gardens and Mostyn Road), Mostyn Road (the unrestricted section), Tybenham Road and Poplar Road South. This will be an extension to the existing MP1 CPZ in Merton Park. The control hours are Monday to Friday between 10am and 4pm.
For further information see the link below to the statutory consultation documentation.
MP1 CPZ extension statutory consultation document
Representations in regards to the proposals described in this Notice must be made in writing to the; Head of Street Sustainable Communities, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, Surrey, SM4 5DX
or email email@example.com
Representations must reach the Council by no later than 31 December 2015 quoting reference ES/MP1ex. Objections must relate only to the elements of the scheme that are subject to this statutory consultation.