CPZ Consultation Starts For Riverside

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Residents of Riverside ward will today and tomorrow be receiving in the post consultation packs on whether or not they want a Controlled Parking Zone.

Unfortunately the web address where people can take part in the survey that is given in the pack is wrong. When people click on the page they are told it doesn’t exist. Hounslow Council has asked us to point this error out.

The correct link is www.surveymonkey.com/r/Chiswick-Riverside

This is the latest in the ongoing situation relating to controlled parking for the Grove Park area which has proven to be a divisive issue.

A special meeting of the Chiswick Area Forum to discuss the issue of controlled parking decided last January that the existing Grove Park CPZ should remain in force and two new consultations would be prepared.

The current CPZ scheme for Park Road and Staveley Road remains without in force without any amendments while several other streets have asked for a CPZ to be extended to their areas and have been consulted. These streets include Staveley Road (‘western arm’) Lawford Road, Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield Road and others.

All the other households in the Riverside Ward which had hitherto not been consulted, are now being given the chance to giver their views.

The map of a potentially expanded scheme can be seen in the image below.

The controversial issue of CPZ for Grove Park started when Cllr Ed Mayne (who then held responsibility for parking) allowed a temporary CPZ in Park Road and Staveley Road east following the introduction of parking charges in the Chiswick House Car Park.

Then several other steets asked for CPZ for their areas due to congestion from displacement parking.


September 4, 2015


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