Pavement Parking in Leicester

Closed 30 Apr 2014

Opened 1 Apr 2014

Feedback Updated 24 Jun 2014

We Asked

We asked for your views on pavement parking, including whether or not you thought it was a problem.

You Said

We received 294 responses. Around 80% of those who responded thought pavement parking was a problem and a number of problem areas were identified across the city.

We Did

We discussed all of the evidence at a meeting of the Economic Development, Transport and Tourism Scrutiny Commission. As a result, a working group was set up to explore the issue further and make recommendations to the City Mayor. You can find out more information in the results document attached.

Results Updated 24 Jun 2014

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Overview

Pavement parking is where cars or other vehicles park either wholly, or with just two wheels on the pavement.

In some parts of the city pavement parking is seen as a major problem so the Economic Development Transport and Tourism Scrutiny Commission is gathering evidence from as many sources as possible to investigate the issue.  As part of this exercise we are asking the public for their views.

Please tell us your views by completing our online questionnaire.

Your views are important to us and all of your responses will remain confidential, whether they are positive, negative or otherwise.  So, even if you don’t find pavement parking a problem we would still like to hear from you so we can get a balanced understanding of the issues and a real picture of what people think.

If you have any photographs of pavement parking you would like to include with your response please email them - with a street name, postcode or location in the filename - to pavementparkingscrutiny@leicester.gov.uk.

Areas

  • Abbey
  • Aylestone
  • Beaumont Leys
  • Belgrave
  • Braunstone Park & Rowley Fields
  • Castle
  • Evington
  • Eyres Monsell
  • Fosse
  • Humberstone & Hamilton
  • Knighton
  • Rushey Mead
  • Saffron
  • Spinney Hills
  • Stoneygate
  • Thurncourt
  • Westcotes

Audiences

  • Children and young people
  • Working-age people
  • Older people
  • Carers
  • Full-time and part-time workers
  • Disabled people
  • Older households (65+)
  • Single people
  • Families with children, including lone parents
  • Couples
  • All households
  • Faith groups
  • Sports clubs
  • Youth clubs
  • Carers' network
  • Trade unions
  • Voluntary organisations
  • Community organisations
  • Self-help groups
  • User groups
  • Third sector infrastructure groups
  • All Voluntary and Community Organisations
  • Advocacy organisation
  • Police
  • NHS
  • FE colleges
  • Universities
  • Schools
  • Businesses
  • All Public and Private Organisations
  • Directors
  • Heads of service
  • Managers, team leaders and supervisors
  • Professionals
  • All staff
  • Service users
  • Care home residents and their next of kin

Interests

  • City development and neighbourhoods