PROPOSED PARKING RESTRICTIONS RICHINGS PARK - INFORMAL CONSULTATION SURVEY CLOSES MARCH 4TH 2019
Richings Park, Iver – Informal consultation
Following the S106 payments resulting from the permission for the car park in Richings Park, representations from the Iver Parish Council and Residents Association, we have been asked to review the on street parking restrictions at Richings Park, Iver. As part of this we are reviewing the current levels of on-street parking along:
• Bathurst Close
• Syke Cluan
• St. James
• Syke Ings
• Wellesley Avenue
• Somerset Way
• Richings Way
• St Leonards Walk
• Thorney Lane South
• Thorney Mill Road
• Old Slade Lane
It is suggested that large numbers of commuter vehicles inconsiderately park in Richings Park and the surrounding roads for long periods of time. To effectively address this issue, we are carrying out a consultation on the current parking restrictions.
It is hoped that the future proposals will provide the following benefits to the roads included -
1. Ensure the safety of all road users.
2. Prevent obstruction of carriageways by motor vehicles.
3. Improved footfall to local businesses.
This is an informal consultation process and no decision has been made as to the exact parking prohibitions/restrictions that might be implemented. These could include; a Residents’ Permit Scheme, limited waiting or single yellow lines. In addition to proposing various waiting restrictions across Richings Park, we are looking to implement ‘no waiting at any time’ restrictions to some problematic junctions within Highway Code safety parameters.
We feel that it is important to consider and respond to the wishes of all the residents who will be directly affected by any changes to the available on street parking in the above roads. I would therefore request that you take the time to complete the attached response form and return it to us as soon as possible. The deadline for responses is 4th March 2019.
Thank you for taking the time to read this letter, if you have any further questions about the proposed changes, or require assistance to take part, please call our Contact Centre on 01296 395000.
In order to comment please visit https://bit.ly/2ULVc2c
With regard Residents Parking Permits, Buckinghamshire County Council’s terms and conditions regarding Parking Permits can be found by visiting
Network Improvement Team
Transport for Buckinghamshire