We asked for your views on a number of proposals we developed in relation to residents' permits for Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs) across the borough.
We developed a number of proposed changes to the CPZ scheme in the borough in relation to residents' permits.
The key driver for the proposals were to:
- Support the equitable distribution of kerbside space.
- Ensure that revenue at least covers the cost of operating the residential CPZ permit scheme
- Increase the proportion of trips made by active and sustainable modes in line with the Mayor of London’s Transport Strategy
- Encourage a switch to vehicles which produce less pollutants and greenhouse gases while in use
Below are a list of the proposals we presented:
- Residential permit tariffs linked to vehicle carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions so that those with the least polluting vehicles pay lower tariffs
- Each household can have up to three permits
- Higher rates for second and third vehicles
- More visitor’s vouchers for people in CPZs which operate for more days each week and vouchers will cover the hours that each CPZ runs for; this means people will not need to use more than one permit each day
- Additional vouchers above the new ‘maximums’ will be subject to an increase in price
- Paperless permits
More details of the proposals were available in our Frequently Asked Questions .
Who could participate
Those who live within CPZ areas and any other individuals who wanted to share their views
How the consultation was delivered
We accepted responses to our questionnaire (online or hard copy) or submissions by email.
12 February 2021 (11.59pm)
If you have any queries about this consultation, please email email@example.com