Parking in The Broadway – Update

TARSAP meeting, 23 November 2015
It was confirmed that the Hatch End Parking Review would be going to consultation. Subsequently, Barry Philips, Traffic and Parking Design Team Leader at Harrow Council has confirmed to the HEA the following:
“The consultation leaflets are planned to be delivered in the first week of December. The consultation will run for around five weeks to allow for the Christmas period as agreed with councillors.”
Keep an eye out for the leaflets and don’t forget to let the Council know your views if you feel strongly about parking on The Broadway.

Report on Traffic Officers’ Meeting, 22 July 2015
It was confirmed that the review of the CPZ in Hatch End was planned for the late autumn, workload permitting. The review would cover parking in service roads in The Broadway.

Report on TARSAP meeting, 3 May 2015
Review of the Hatch End CPZ was confirmed as part of the Management Programme for 2015 /16.

Report on TARSAP meeting on 12 February 2015
Tony Allen and Julian Maw attended the TARSAP meeting on 12 February where the officers proposed Hatch End Parking CPZ be number 5 out of 8 on the Management Programme for review in 2015/16. Julian Maw asked for confirmation that The Broadway service roads were included. The response indicated that it would be.
The Programme was then discussed by the Panel. Despite support from Councillor Jean Lammiman, the Hatch End CPZ review was removed from the list to be discussed by officers, the Panel chair and portfolio holder.
It was a disappointing result but there is still hope for a positive result at the TARSAP meeting in May.

Report on TARSAP meeting on 10 December 2014
Tony Allen and Julian Maw of the HEA committee attended the TARSAP meeting on 10 December 2014, as promised at the Public Meeting on traffic and parking. Julian presented the following question to the chair:“Will the parking charging scheme for the Hatch End Broadway area be
reviewed in the immediate future to allow for the changed
circumstance and requirements of local businesses, residents and users
of the shops?”
The response from the chair referred to the CPZ consultation and not
the June 2012 consultation on The Broadway area and Grimsdyke car park.
Julian pointed out that the response had not answered the concern raised in
his supplementary question.
The chair responded that the concern would be considered at the
February 2015 TARSAP meeting.

At the same meeting the response to the petition organised by St Anselm’s Church regarding the CPZ in the Westfield Park area was published. See below for PDF of the extract of the meeting regarding the petition and the Council’s response .

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