Chalfont St Peter and Chalfont St Giles - waiting restrictions review statutory consultation

Closed 26 Jun 2020

Opened 29 May 2020

Results updated 29 Apr 2021

Thank you  to everyone who took an interest and resonded in the recent Chalfont St Peter and Chalfont St Giles parking review. 

There were a total of 171 responses via YourVoiceBucks, email and letter which were all taken into consideration before a decision was made. We have now completed the legal process and the necessary signs and road markings are in place.

Please see find a copy of the Final Decision Report, the Notice of Making and a copy of the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO).

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Overview

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We are working with the Parish Councils of Chalfont St Giles and Chalfont St Peter to review current on-street parking restrictions in various locations. In this review we aim to achieve a balance between parking needs and road safety.

During the informal consultation stage we put forward some initial proposals. We have used the responses we received to draw up revised proposals and now invite you to let us have your views.

The proposals vary at different locations and include:

  • changes to the times that waiting restrictions apply
  • introduction of limited waiting restrictions
  • introduction of resident permit parking areas
  • introduction of ‘no waiting at any time’ restrictions on some sections of road for the safety of road users and pedestrians alike

Please see the documents below for further details about the proposals.

To let us have your views, please complete the online comment form below. Or you can send your comments by email to parkingtro@buckinghamshire.gov.uk . If you would prefer to send your comments by post, please address your letter to Network Improvement Team, Transport for Buckinghamshire, The Gateway, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury, HP19 8FF.

Privacy

We will use the information you provide only for the purpose of this consultation. We will store the information securely, in line with data protection laws. The law states that we must make responses available for public inspection, but we will not share or publish any personal details. Please visit the Privacy page to read our full privacy notice.

What happens next

We will review all responses to this consultation and prepare a report, which will be considered by the Head of Highways and the Cabinet Member for Transportation. They will make a decision on the proposal.

Consultees will be informed of the decision once it has been made.

Interests

  • Transport
  • Roads & parking