Consultations currently taking place.

Consultation for the implementation of a resident permit parking scheme in Caldecotte January 2019

We are carrying out an informal consultation to establish whether the residents want the Council to introduce resident and visitor permit parking only restrictions in Caldecotte.

The proposed residents’ parking permit scheme would apply to Gatewick Lane, Monellan Grove, Monellan Crescent, Heybridge Crescent and Longhedge. Parking permit restrictions would only apply to the streets themselves, and would not affect private parking areas, such as private courtyard, undercroft and off-street driveway parking. 

Please see the map attached (DOCX, 428KB) for details of where parking permit restrictions would apply.

Background

We have received representations from local Councillors/The Parish Council that residents are experiencing significant inconvenience by non- residents parking in Caldecotte.

The implementation of a permit scheme will remove non-resident vehicles which will significantly reduce the instances of obstructive parking (e.g. blocking drive-ways/parking too near junctions).

Operational Details

If implemented, restrictions would apply Monday – Friday between 9am – 6pm meaning that only those with a valid resident, visitor or medical/carer parking permit would be able to park on the road-space in Caldecotte.

 

Residents living within the parking zone would be entitled to two resident parking permits, and two visitor permits per household. Carer permits would also be available for registered carers. Family members that care for relatives but are not employed as a registered carer would be able to use the visitor permit to park.  When responding to the questionnaire, you should consider how bad the parking problems are and whether you would be willing to pay for a permit to park.

Restrictions

Resident permit parking schemes can be restrictive to those that live within the restricted zone. For example, each resident will need to complete an on line application form annually and provide documents to prove residency and vehicle ownership (a copy of the vehicle registration document confirms both).

If you have any questions or queries, please e-mail mkparking@milton-keynes.gov.uk or call 01908 252309.

Review of the resident permit parking scheme in Bradwell Common June 2018

Further to the consultation last July to review the resident permit parking scheme in Bradwell Common, due to the low response rate, we are now commencing a second consultation.

The permit scheme for the city centre side of the Bradwell Common Boulevard means:

An annual charge of £25 per resident or visitor permit, which contributes towards the cost to provide the scheme.

Enforcement officers will patrol the area and will ticket any vehicles without a valid permit.

Non-residents will not be able to park in your streets and the scheme will stop employees and shoppers parking outside of your house to avoid paying parking charges.

Visitors to your property will need to display a visitor permit or you will need to arrange for them to pay for parking under your permit details.

After this consultation there will not be another one for up to 5 years so it's important to have your say now.

We want to hear your views regarding the parking situation. If there are other people residing at this address please share this information with them so they are able to complete the survey.

 Please complete the short questionnaire provided with your letter or online by Friday 13 July 2018.

To complete the survey online please use the link below.

Review of Bradwell Common resident permit parking scheme

Review of the resident permit parking scheme in Conniburrow January 2018

Further to the decision to cease enforcement for 3 months due to the low response rate to the review of the resident permit parking scheme in Conniburrow, we are now commencing the second consultation.

A permit scheme for the city centre side of the Conniburrow Boulevard will mean:

An annual charge of £25 to cover the cost of enforcement (less than 50p per week)

Enforcement officers will patrol the area and will ticket any non-resident vehicles.

Non-residents will not be able to park in your streets and the scheme will stop employees and shoppers parking outside of your house to avoid paying parking charges.

Visitors to your property will need to pay for parking.

After this consultation there will not be another one for up to 5 years so it's important to have your say now.

We want to hear your views regarding the parking situation. Please  complete the short questionnaire online by Friday 23 February 2018.

To complete the survey online please use the link below.

Review of Conniburrow resident permit parking scheme

Review of the Resident Permit Parking Only scheme for Bradwell Common July 2017

Milton Keynes Council is undertaking a review of the Resident Permit Parking Only scheme in Bradwell Common. 

The feedback we receive from residents during this consultation will contribute towards determining whether the permit scheme continues or is removed, although the final outcome is subject to statutory consultation.

If more than 70% of the people who respond to the survey vote to remove the parking permit scheme, then the Council will then carry out a Statutory Consultation.

It is important that you respond to the survey during this consultation period to have your say on this decision that affects your street.

The existing permit scheme guarantees a minimum of 3 visits per week to this area. However, enforcement is regularly adapted to suit needs, therefore if a high level of abuse is noted, further enforcement visits will be provided.

We want to hear your views regarding the parking situation. Please read the information below and complete the short questionnaire on line by Friday 18 August 2017. 

Copy the link below using Google Chrome to complete the questionnaire

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/B27JNK3

Questionnaires returned without a valid address will not be included in our analysis of the results.  Names and addresses will not be published. If you include your e-mail address, we will contact you directly by e-mail to advise of the outcome of the consultation. Results are also shown on the website.

If you have any questions or queries, please e-mail mkparking@milton-keynes.gov.uk or call 01908 252309.

Review of the Resident Permit Parking Only scheme for Conniburrow July 2017

Milton Keynes Council is undertaking a review of the Resident Permit Parking Only scheme in Bradwell Common. 

The feedback we receive from residents during this consultation will contribute towards determining whether the permit scheme continues or is removed, although the final outcome is subject to statutory consultation.

If more than 70% of the people who respond to the survey vote to remove the parking permit scheme, then the Council will then carry out a Statutory Consultation.

It is important that you respond to the survey during this consultation period to have your say on this decision that affects your street.

The existing permit scheme guarantees a minimum of 3 visits per week to this area. However, enforcement is regularly adapted to suit needs, therefore if a high level of abuse is noted, further enforcement visits will be provided.

We want to hear your views regarding the parking situation. Please read the information below and complete the short questionnaire on line by Friday 18 August 2017. 

Copy the link below using Google Chrome to complete the questionnaire

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BDN96GK

Questionnaires returned without a valid address will not be included in our analysis of the results.  Names and addresses will not be published. If you include your e-mail address, we will contact you directly by e-mail to advise of the outcome of the consultation. Results are also shown on the website.

If you have any questions or queries, please e-mail mkparking@milton-keynes.gov.uk or call 01908 252309.

 

Last Updated: 25 March 2019