Proposed changes to parking and loading bays on A10 Stamford Hill

Closed 27 Nov 2015

Opened 21 Oct 2015

Results updated 24 Feb 2016

We received 43 responses to the consultation, of which 30 said they supported the proposals. Having considered the responses, we plan to go ahead with the proposals and plan to make the changes in late spring 2016.

Click here to view our consultation report (PDF)

 

Overview

Update - 24 February 2016

We received 43 responses to the consultation, of which 30 said they supported the proposals. Having considered the responses, we plan to go ahead with the proposals and plan to make the changes in late spring 2016.

Click here to view our consultation report (PDF)

Details of the consultation can be found below.

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What we proposed?

We proposed changes to parking and loading bays on the A10 Stamford Hill, from its junction with Cazenove Road to its junction with Lampard Grove.

Following feedback from local stakeholders, we proposed to convert loading bays on Stamford Hill to parking bays which would allow any vehicle to stop for up to one hour. The revised controls would include exemptions for Blue Badge holders who would be able to park for as long as they want during the permitted hours. The changes were designed to assist people who live in this area and those visiting the local shops.

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We welcomed comments on our proposals, and in particular we wanted to hear from people who use these facilities, as the proposals could affect servicing arrangements to some properties.

 

Areas

  • Hackney

Audiences

  • Public
  • Stakeholders
  • Local residents
  • Local businesses
  • Schools
  • London Boroughs
  • Coach Operators
  • Taxi trade
  • Transport for London
  • Taxi customers and other stakeholders

Interests

  • Roads