South Edmonton CPZ – Possible Event Day Parking Extension Area

Consultation on an Event Day Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) extension in three areas near the Tottenham Stadium.

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Summary of Proposal

Enfield Council is investigating the option of expanding Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ) to neighbouring residential streets as outlined below due to requests received from local residents.

The main features of the event day CPZ are:

  • Bays would be marked out and a permit is required to park in the bay on event days between noon and 9pm.
  • Permits are free of charge for residents with a vehicle(s) registered at an address within the zone. Permits are also available for visitors.
  • Qualifying businesses based within the CPZ can obtain one free permit.
  • Event days are signed in advance and there are many other ways to find out when the restrictions will apply.

Click here or on the image below to view the large interactive pdf.

 

• Visitor vouchers will be available (for a small charge) for people visiting residents living with the CPZ (further details below).

• Any vehicle not displaying a valid permit/voucher will be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice (parking ticket).

• Yellow lines and vehicle bays will be painted to show where vehicles can and can’t park.

For more details please see the tab ‘Event Day Parking Controls’ on the left.

 

Event Day Parking Controls

Tottenham Hotspur FC has taken steps to ensure as many people as possible travel to the stadium by public transport. To help meet this objective and make it easier for residents and their visitors to park, the Council introduced event day parking controls in the borough roads closest to the stadium in March 2019. We are now investigating the option of expanding these controls to neighbouring streets due to requests received from some residents.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a CPZ?
A CPZ is an area where parking is prioritised for residents and their visitors through a permit system. If you or your visitors wish to park in the CPZ area during the restricted times of the event day, a permit (or visitor voucher) will be required. The CPZ will have signs telling motorists (and residents) the days and times that the restrictions apply.

How do CPZs work?
The CPZ works by ensuring that only vehicles with valid permits can park in designated bays during the hours the Event Day CPZ operates. Permits will only be made available to local residents and qualifying businesses within the CPZ boundary. The CPZ will only operate when a major event is taking place at the stadium, although there may be existing restrictions (such as double yellow lines at junctions etc.) that continue to apply at other times.

What are the advantages of an event day CPZ?
The CPZ will ensure that residents have a better chance of being able to park close to their homes, and will reduce traffic congestion caused by spectators looking for parking spaces. Permits for residents and qualifying businesses will be free.

The CPZ has some disadvantages
Although permits for residents and qualifying businesses will be free, there is a small charge for visitor vouchers (please see below). Whilst additional signs and road markings are needed to define a CPZ, every effort is made to keep these to a minimum.

Operational times
The existing Event Day CPZ only operates on event days from noon – 9pm. If the CPZ is extended, the same hours of operation would apply.

Visitor vouchers
Residents can purchase up to 20 vouchers per year for their visitors to park within their CPZ area. Voucher holders can park in resident permit parking spaces during hours the CPZ is enforced. A book of ten vouchers for use on event days costs £15.

Area 1

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Area 2

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Area 3

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Summary of Proposal

Summary of Proposal

Enfield Council is investigating the option of expanding Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ) to neighbouring residential streets as outlined below due to requests received from local residents.

The main features of the event day CPZ are:

  • Bays would be marked out and a permit is required to park in the bay on event days between noon and 9pm.
  • Permits are free of charge for residents with a vehicle(s) registered at an address within the zone. Permits are also available for visitors.
  • Qualifying businesses based within the CPZ can obtain one free permit.
  • Event days are signed in advance and there are many other ways to find out when the restrictions will apply.

Click here or on the image below to view the large interactive pdf.

 

• Visitor vouchers will be available (for a small charge) for people visiting residents living with the CPZ (further details below).

• Any vehicle not displaying a valid permit/voucher will be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice (parking ticket).

• Yellow lines and vehicle bays will be painted to show where vehicles can and can’t park.

For more details please see the tab ‘Event Day Parking Controls’ on the left.

 

Event Day Parking Controls

Event Day Parking Controls

Tottenham Hotspur FC has taken steps to ensure as many people as possible travel to the stadium by public transport. To help meet this objective and make it easier for residents and their visitors to park, the Council introduced event day parking controls in the borough roads closest to the stadium in March 2019. We are now investigating the option of expanding these controls to neighbouring streets due to requests received from some residents.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a CPZ?
A CPZ is an area where parking is prioritised for residents and their visitors through a permit system. If you or your visitors wish to park in the CPZ area during the restricted times of the event day, a permit (or visitor voucher) will be required. The CPZ will have signs telling motorists (and residents) the days and times that the restrictions apply.

How do CPZs work?
The CPZ works by ensuring that only vehicles with valid permits can park in designated bays during the hours the Event Day CPZ operates. Permits will only be made available to local residents and qualifying businesses within the CPZ boundary. The CPZ will only operate when a major event is taking place at the stadium, although there may be existing restrictions (such as double yellow lines at junctions etc.) that continue to apply at other times.

What are the advantages of an event day CPZ?
The CPZ will ensure that residents have a better chance of being able to park close to their homes, and will reduce traffic congestion caused by spectators looking for parking spaces. Permits for residents and qualifying businesses will be free.

The CPZ has some disadvantages
Although permits for residents and qualifying businesses will be free, there is a small charge for visitor vouchers (please see below). Whilst additional signs and road markings are needed to define a CPZ, every effort is made to keep these to a minimum.

Operational times
The existing Event Day CPZ only operates on event days from noon – 9pm. If the CPZ is extended, the same hours of operation would apply.

Visitor vouchers
Residents can purchase up to 20 vouchers per year for their visitors to park within their CPZ area. Voucher holders can park in resident permit parking spaces during hours the CPZ is enforced. A book of ten vouchers for use on event days costs £15.

Area 1

Area 1

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Area 2

Area 2

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Area 3

Area 3

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