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Pinner parking review consultation launched by Harrow Borough Council
A public consultation has been launched into plans to extend a controlled parking zone in part of the borough.
Harrow Borough Council is consulting on a review of parking in the Pinner area which will look at issues in the village centre and surrounding residential roads.
These include waiting and loading restrictions on narrow roads, the provision of loading bays in the high street and a review of the existing controlled parking zone (CPZ) and hours of restriction.
The current zone operates from Monday to Friday between 11am to 12pm and was the first parking zone to be introduced in the borough 20 years ago.
Since the last review in 2004, the council says it has received complaints about parking in the area from businesses, residents and emergency services.
The council is calling on people to have their say about the possibility of extending the zone.
Three consultation exhibitions have been organised for the coming weeks which will give people the chance for people to discuss the plans with council officers.
These public exhibitions will take place at Pinner Village Hall, in Chapel Lane, on Monday, August 5 from 11.30am to 4.30pm, on Friday, August 16 from 3.30pm to 6.30pm and on Saturday, August 17 from 11.30am to 3.30pm.
People have until Friday August 30 to have their say on the new plans before the plans go before the council's traffic and road safety advisory panel in October.
The panel will consider the responses to the consultation and make recommendations to the relative cabinet member before plans move to the statutory consultation stage.
Those interested in taking park in public consultation can do so by clicking here.
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