Dacorum parking

Proposed T-Controlled Parking Zone Station Road/Clarkes Spring.

Closes Friday 12th January 2018 Submit your comments

Background

Following a number of concerns raised by local residents regarding the parking arrangements on Clarkes Spring and Station Road (near Tring Station) and the levels of commuter parking due to the close proximity to the railway station, Dacorum Borough Council wish to engage with residents to determine if changes are required to the existing parking restrictions in the area.

The proposal includes areas for resident parking, limited waiting bays and yellow line waiting restrictions.

This proposal will deter non permit holders from parking their vehicles in the areas indicated on the map, the Council is seeking your thoughts on these proposals.

Proposed changes

During the hours of operation (seven days a week 8am – 6pm) anybody wishing to park on-street in the resident parking areas indicated on the plan provided must either display a valid permit or resident visitor voucher.

A list of the current Dacorum Borough Council Resident annual permit and visitor voucher charges are below:

Permit/voucher
CPZ resident permit 1st Annual £25 2nd Annual £40 3rd Annual £40
CPZ resident permit 2nd vehicle owner blue badge holder £10
CPZ resident permit Motorcycle Annual  £10
CPZ business permit Annual £300
CPZ resident permit Changes £7
CPZ visitor vouchers 5 hour x 20 £12 Applicant 60 years+ £6
CPZ visitor vouchers  1 hour x 25 £4 Applicant 60 years+ £2
CPZ visitor vouchers Postage and handling            1-4 books £3
CPZ visitor vouchers Postage and handling            5-10 books £5
  • Valid residents permit – no limit on waiting in resident parking areas
  • Valid visitor vouchers – only valid during times shown on the voucher in resident parking areas

Click on the map for more details.

Enforcement & exceptions

How will the proposals be enforced?

The Council’s Civil Enforcement Officers will patrol the area during operational hours to ensure compliance. Any vehicle parked and not complying with restrictions will be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice (a fine).

What about deliveries, traders carrying out work and carers?

Deliveries may be carried out by vehicles within five minutes. Anything longer (including traders carrying out work and carer visits) will require the visitor to park in areas away from the limited waiting bay during operational times.

Have your say

We want everyone who lives in the area to have their say on the proposal. Please answer the question below by Friday 12 January.

You can view the plans by clicking on ‘proposed changes’ or they are also available at the reception desk at The Forum, Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead HP1 1DN.

If you require a paper copy, translation or other format please contact Project Centre who is managing the consultation on behalf of Dacorum Borough Council:

Thank you for your feedback.

What happens next?

When the responses from the consultation have been collated and a report produced, your councillors will decide whether to put the scheme into place or abandon it. If it is decided to proceed with the proposals a statutory consultation will be undertaken.

 Your views will help to achieve the aim of meeting local resident concerns over parking issues and will assist in refining the design and minimise possible objections at a later stage. Any final proposals that result from the consultation will need to go through a statutory legal process before any work can be implemented.

Background

Background

Following a number of concerns raised by local residents regarding the parking arrangements on Clarkes Spring and Station Road (near Tring Station) and the levels of commuter parking due to the close proximity to the railway station, Dacorum Borough Council wish to engage with residents to determine if changes are required to the existing parking restrictions in the area.

The proposal includes areas for resident parking, limited waiting bays and yellow line waiting restrictions.

This proposal will deter non permit holders from parking their vehicles in the areas indicated on the map, the Council is seeking your thoughts on these proposals.

Proposed changes

Proposed changes

During the hours of operation (seven days a week 8am – 6pm) anybody wishing to park on-street in the resident parking areas indicated on the plan provided must either display a valid permit or resident visitor voucher.

A list of the current Dacorum Borough Council Resident annual permit and visitor voucher charges are below:

Permit/voucher
CPZ resident permit 1st Annual £25 2nd Annual £40 3rd Annual £40
CPZ resident permit 2nd vehicle owner blue badge holder £10
CPZ resident permit Motorcycle Annual  £10
CPZ business permit Annual £300
CPZ resident permit Changes £7
CPZ visitor vouchers 5 hour x 20 £12 Applicant 60 years+ £6
CPZ visitor vouchers  1 hour x 25 £4 Applicant 60 years+ £2
CPZ visitor vouchers Postage and handling            1-4 books £3
CPZ visitor vouchers Postage and handling            5-10 books £5
  • Valid residents permit – no limit on waiting in resident parking areas
  • Valid visitor vouchers – only valid during times shown on the voucher in resident parking areas

Click on the map for more details.

Enforcement & exceptions

Enforcement & exceptions

How will the proposals be enforced?

The Council’s Civil Enforcement Officers will patrol the area during operational hours to ensure compliance. Any vehicle parked and not complying with restrictions will be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice (a fine).

What about deliveries, traders carrying out work and carers?

Deliveries may be carried out by vehicles within five minutes. Anything longer (including traders carrying out work and carer visits) will require the visitor to park in areas away from the limited waiting bay during operational times.

Have your say

Have your say

We want everyone who lives in the area to have their say on the proposal. Please answer the question below by Friday 12 January.

You can view the plans by clicking on ‘proposed changes’ or they are also available at the reception desk at The Forum, Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead HP1 1DN.

If you require a paper copy, translation or other format please contact Project Centre who is managing the consultation on behalf of Dacorum Borough Council:

Thank you for your feedback.

What happens next?

What happens next?

When the responses from the consultation have been collated and a report produced, your councillors will decide whether to put the scheme into place or abandon it. If it is decided to proceed with the proposals a statutory consultation will be undertaken.

 Your views will help to achieve the aim of meeting local resident concerns over parking issues and will assist in refining the design and minimise possible objections at a later stage. Any final proposals that result from the consultation will need to go through a statutory legal process before any work can be implemented.

Have your say

We want everyone who lives in the area to have their say on the proposal. Please provide your answer to the question by Friday 12 January.

Thank you for your feedback.


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