Informal Consultation results
In the informal consultation Romsey West have voted in favour of resident parking and this will now go forward to a formal consultation.
Romsey East and Coleridge East have voted against resident parking and so at this stage these areas will not go forward for a formal consultation. We will though continue to monitor the situation.
The informal survey asking residents if they are interested in Resident Parking is taking place now. You should have already have received a survey to complete – the closing date is 30th November. If a majority of replies show residents are interested in a formal discussion on Resident Parking, then we will move to the formal stage. If the opportunity is refused, then it is unlikely to be repeated in the foreseeable future.
The purpose of Resident Parking is to reduce commuter parking on our streets. The adjacent area in Coleridge will soon be fully live -increasingly as other areas follow suite, parking will be displaced towards Romsey. If you do not want this to happen, it is important that you vote to go to the formal public stage of discussions about how Resident Parking in Romsey will be organised.
If you do not currently have a survey on or have any queries then please contact your County Councillor Noel Kavanagh. email@example.com
Currently many of the streets in Romsey have ‘pavement parking’. We have negotiated a position with the County Council that when this is marked out by white lines then it can continue.
All parties support resident parking
Resident Parking was introduced through the actions of Joint Area Committee which consists of City and County Councillors.
Sponsored by Greater Cambridge Partnership
The survey to implement Resident Parking is being paid for by the Greater Cambridge Partnership.