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The deadline for the consultation on a CPZ for part of Riverside is fast approaching, and ends on January 12th.

Hounslow Council decided to go ahead with a CPZ for part of Riverside ward, following the formal statutory consultation which they say showed that a majority of residents favoured a scheme.

The general effect of the Parking Places Order will be to introduce a new controlled parking zone (CPZ) in the Chiswick Riverside 2 area which would operate Mondays to Fridays 10am-12pm.

The intention of the CPZ is to remove all day non-residential parking and to increase the parking provisions for residents and their visitors.

The streets which will have proposed parking bays to be included in the CPZ are listed here.

This area incorporates Burnaby Crescent, Burnaby Gardens, Compton Crescent, Dean Close, Fauconberg Road, Florence Road, Gordon Road, Grove Park Terrace (between railway and Fauconberg Road), Hazledene Road, Nightingale Close, St Maryís Grove, St Thomasís Road, Sutton Court Road (between Elmwood Road and Grove Park Bridge), Whitehall Gardens, Whitehall Park Road and Wolseley Gardens.

Following consultations in Riverside ward, Hounslow Council decided in 2016 to add more streets to the area of controlled parking in Grove Park.The proposed large developments near Chiswick, including the Lionel Road football stadium in Brentford had led to more residents in some roads in Grove Park asking for controlled parking to be considered.

Residents in Area 2 - including Burnaby Gardens, Fauconberg Road, St Mary's Grove and fifteen other streets, were re-consulted in light of the decision made at the Chiswick Area Forum to include Sutton Lane South in the statutory consultation.

Despite deciding some years ago to reject controlled parking for Grove Park as a whole, it now looks as if much of the area is likely to get a parking scheme over the next few years as more streets 'opt in' because of parking 'creep'.

December 31, 2017

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