Clarendon Park residents' parking scheme consultation

Closed 12 Feb 2016

Opened 25 Jan 2016

Feedback Updated 9 Mar 2016

We Asked

We consulted the public to seek their views and opinions concerning a residents parking scheme in the Clarendon Park area.

 

You Said

71 per cent of respondents indicated that they were against the scheme, 25 per cent for the scheme and four per cent did not indicate a preference. 

We Did

Following the consultation, the results were presented to the city mayor who made the decision not to implement a residents parking scheme in the Clarendon Park area. 

Results Updated 9 Mar 2016

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Overview

Parking pressures have increasingly impacted the Clarendon Park area due to its proximity to the city centre, university, college and the football and rugby stadiums.
 
Leicester City Council has proposed using a residents’ parking scheme to ease the current parking situation.
 
Information on the proposals can be found in the 'related documents' section on this page and within the questionnaire (this includes the FAQ’s and a plan of the proposed parking restrictions).
 
Please note that only one form can be accepted per household (either online or by post) within the scheme boundary. Please provide your address, as submissions from outside the boundary will not be accepted. 
 

 

Why We Are Consulting

Following requests from residents, local councillors are committed to consulting residents and local businesses on this matter.
 
Leicester City Council is therefore carrying out a consultation on implementing a permit scheme for parking in Clarendon Park.
 
If there is sufficient support, a residents parking scheme may be introduced.
 

Areas

Audiences

  • Local businesses
  • Local schools
  • Local charitable organisations, including faith communities
  • Households within the scheme boundary

Interests

  • Public participation
  • City development and neighbourhoods
  • Transport
  • Parking