Have your say in South-East Richmond CPZ consultation

Release Date: 20/01/2017

Have your say on a Council consultation which is seeking feedback from residents on whether a new community parking zone (CPZ) should be introduced in Cambrian Road, Chisholm Road and the surrounding area in Richmond.

The consultation is in response to a number of requests for a CPZ to be introduced by residents who live in these roads. The consultation deadline is on Friday 24 February. The requests mainly concern daytime commuter and non-residential parking. If a CPZ is introduced in these roads it will mean that residents, their visitors and businesses will be required to purchase and display a valid parking permit. The costs of these permits will be dependent on the hours of operation which is part of the consultation.

Richmond Council’s Cabinet Member for Highways and Streetscene, Cllr Peter Buckwell, said:

“We are a listening Council and we want as many residents as possible, who would wish to share their views on these proposals, to have their say. Generally the Council expects positive support from more than 50 per cent of households before implementing a new CPZ or extending an existing CPZ. Your views are vital in shaping what happens next so please make your views known.”

For more information visit the South-East Richmond parking review page.

If you have any comments or queries you can also call the Council’s Customer Service Centre on 020 8891 1411.

Updated: 24 January 2017