Lambeth proposes CPZ for the Streatham Hill East Area

5 December 2018

Written by: Lambeth Council

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Following requests and petitions from residents in the Streatham Hill East Area to be re-consulted on CPZ, we are now undertaking a Stage 1 Consultation to get residents views.

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Lambeth proposes CPZ for the Streatham Hill East Area

Why are we consulting this area?

Following the Council’s decision in 2017 not to introduce a CPZ in the Streatham Hill East area, we received three separate petitions and numerous requests for this area to be re-consulted.

The main concern from these representations was that the area would experience increased parking pressure once the CPZ’s in the Streatham Hill west area came into force.

The petitions were analysed in conjunction with the results of the previous consultation which took place in November 2017.

The outcome of the analysis indicates that if all the properties who signed the petitions had participated in the original consultation this area would have had a majority in favour of introducing parking controls.

This indicates a shift in overall opinion which provides a mandate for this re-consultation.

All representations and findings were presented in a report to be considered by the Council. After careful consideration, a decision has been made to re-consult the Streatham Hill East area to on proposals to introduce parking controls in this area.


We want to hear your views

For more information and to have your say please visit our project page on the Lambeth Council website: Proposed controlled parking zone Streatham Hill area.

The consultation is open to comments from 5 December 2018 on 9 January 2019.