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Pinner parking review consultation to come to an end soon
Time is running out for people to have their say on a review of parking in a Harrow village.
The deadline for responses to Harrow Borough Council’s consultation on its review of parking in Pinner will end on Friday, August 30, at 11.59pm.
The review is looking at issues in the centre of Pinner and surrounding residential streets.
Some of the key issues 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.
As previously reported in the Harrow Times, the review of the CPZ was broadly welcomed by people living in the area.
However there were calls from residents not to change the hours of the controlled parking nor to extend it in any way.
The current zone operates from Monday to Friday between 11am and 12pm and was the first parking zone to be introduced in the borough 20 years ago.
The council says that since its last review of parking in the area in 2004 there have been complaints from people living just outside the CPZ of motorists parking vehicles on their roads and leaving them there all day.
Following tomorrow’s deadline responses from the consultation and plans for parking in the area will go before the council’s traffic and road safety advisory panel in October.
From that the panel will make recommendations to the relative cabinet member before the council holds a statutory consultation on the proposals.
Those interested in taking park in public consultation can do so by clicking here.
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