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Village North East – CPZ VNE

Update - Implementation - 27 February 2012

Following the statutory consultation carried out in November/December 2011 on the proposed ‘VNE’ Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ), which includes Alfreton Close, Bathgate Road, Beltane Drive, Castle Close, Castle Way, Haven Close, Heath Mead, Lincoln Avenue, Queensmere Road and Seymour Road, the representations received along with officers’ recommendations were reported to the Street Management Advisory Committee and the Cabinet Member for Environmental Sustainability and Regeneration on 23 January 2012.

After careful consideration the Cabinet Member has agreed for CPZ VNE to be implemented, with the exception of Queensmere Road, as shown on the linked drawing below. Queensmere Road has been deferred until the affect of the displacement is determined and Wandsworth Council have completed their consultation with their residents.

The zone will be operational Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm.

It is anticipated that the works will start the week commencing 12 March 2012 for a period of three weeks, weather permitting.

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Update - Committee - 22 February 2012

Following the formal consultation carried out in November 2011, representations received along with officers' comments were submitted to Street Management Advisory Committee in its meeting on 23 January 2012.

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Update - Statutory Consultation - 11 November 2011

The informal consultation carried out in July 2011, on the proposal to introduce a controlled parking zone (CPZ) in the Seymour Road area resulted in a total of 116 questionnaires returned, representing a response rate of 40.4%. As it can be seen from the table linked below, 54.3% of respondents indicated that they currently have parking problems in their roads compared to 35.3% who feel that they do not.

A majority of 55.2% support a CPZ in their road, compared to 32.8% who do not, with 12% undecided. In response to the preferred days of operation, 57.8% support Monday to Friday compared to 27.6% who prefer Monday to Saturday. The remaining 14.6% have no preference or do not support a CPZ. With regards to the preferred hours of operation, 26.7% support 8.30am – 6.30pm; 42.2% prefer 10am – 4pm, whilst 14.7% support 11am – 12pm. The remaining 16.4% had no preference or do not support a CPZ. The results of the consultation along with residents views and officers’ recommendations were presented in a report to the Street Management Advisory Committee and the Cabinet Member on the 20 September 2011.

After careful consideration, the Cabinet Member agreed to proceed to statutory consultation to introduce the VNE CPZ to include Alfreton Close, Bathgate Road, Beltane Drive, Castle Close, Castle Way, Haven Close, Heath Mead, Lincoln Avenue, Queensmere Road and Seymour Road, operational Monday to Friday between 10am and 4pm. For further information please see the linked leaflet, drawings and consultation results below.

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Update - Committee - 20 September 2011

Informal Consultation - 8 July 2011

The Council is seeking the views of local residents on proposals to introduce a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) in all roads bounded by Parkside, Queensmere Road, Bathgate Road and Somerset Road, not including Carnegie Place and Queensmere Close. This proposal is in response to representations and a petition received from some local residents who are experiencing parking difficulties in their road(s). Generally, residents feel that the problem is being caused by:

  • Commuters who park and complete their journey by public transport.
  • Staff of nearby businesses.

The Council is therefore undertaking an informal consultation to seek the views of local residents on proposals to control parking in their road (see linked drawings showing proposals below).

For further details please see the links in the 'See also' section below.

Let us know your views

The decision on whether to proceed with the next step, which would involve a statutory consultation on the proposals, will be subject to the responses received during this consultation. The consultation period for the informal consultation closed on 29 July 2011.

Visit the exhibition

A large scale plan of the proposals will be available for inspection at the exhibition to be held on 16 July 2011 at Fellowship House, 30 St. Mary’s Road, SW19 7BP between 1pm and 5pm. Officers will be in attendance on the day to explain the proposals.

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You can view the plans in Merton Link at Merton Civic Centre, Morden during our working hours, Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm.

Contact us

Traffic & Highways
Merton Civic Centre
London Road
Morden
SM4 5DX
Telephone: 020 8545 3840
Fax: 020 8545 4865
Email: trafficandhighways@merton.gov.uk