The Teddington CPZ review has reached it’s conclusion with there being no change to parking restriction in Teddington.
The consultation first launched in July was brought about by concerns received by the council regarding parking amongst residents. The proposals sought interest for an increase in the operational hours of the existing Teddington Community Parking Zone and possibly extending or creating a new CPZ to roads not already included.
The report has today announced that there was insufficient support from local residents for an increase in the hours for the current CPZ. (Currently 8am to 10:30am Mon-Fri) None of the roads in the existing area expressed over the 51% required support for increasing the hours of operation.
The results for the existing scheme are as follows:
- 20 roads (or parts or roads) consulted, 848 properties
- 364 (43%) respondents
- 147 (17%) in favour of increasing the hours
- 182 (21%) against increasing the hours
- 35 (4%) neutral / no view
The roads consulted for a new or expanded CPZ also did not show enough support for the scheme. Only 2 roads reached over 51% these were Arlington Road and St Marys Avenue; the council requires more support within an area for any changes to be made.
- 72 roads (or parts of roads) consulted, 3132 properties
- 1223 (39%) respondents
- 572 (18%) in favour of a CPZ
- 592 (19%) against a CPZ
- 59 (2%) neutral / no view
Some changes to the parking restriction on Elleray Road will come into place on Monday 30 November 2015, resident parking permits will be required 8:30am to 10pm every day after consultation with residents.
Read the full consultation here.