• RICHINGS PARK CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE CONSULTATION NOW OPEN
RICHINGS PARK CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE CONSULTATION NOW OPEN

RICHINGS PARK CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE CONSULTATION NOW OPEN

The Statutory Consultation on Proposed Waiting and Parking Restrictions in Richings Park is now open.

Please remember that these proposals are the result of considerable discussions between stakeholders and include The Ivers Parish Councils input, we believe it to be the best solution to the parking problems in Richings Park. It is essential for the scheme to succeed that it has the support of residents.

Details of the Consultation and the proposals below:

Transport for Buckinghamshire has been commissioned to address some safety and parking concerns along various roads in Richings Park, Iver.

A letter has been sent to residents and businesses where proposals for change are being recommended.

The proposals developed include; no waiting at any time restrictions, limited waiting restictions and residential parking.

Transport for Buckinghamshire are now undertaking the Statutory Consultation, details of which - including plans of the proposed restrictions and how to object - can be found by clicking on the link below.

https://democracy.buckscc.gov.uk/mgConsultationDisplay.aspx…

The Statutory Consultation will run from 12th April 2019 until 3rd May 2019.

How to have your say

Objections to the proposal together with the grounds on which they are made must be sent in writing by 3rd May 2019 to the:

‘Network Improvement Team’ at Transport for Buckinghamshire, County Hall, Walton Street, Aylesbury, Bucks HP20 1UA

Or by email to: parkingtro@buckscc.gov.uk

Or online at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/PGGLW7L

 
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