Charting the history of the proposed Streatham Hill area CPZ's

Stage 1 Consultation - Proposed Hailsham Avenue Area CPZ, 2 August – 30 August 2019

What is happening in this area?

Following the Council’s decision to consult this area on proposals to introduce CPZ, the Stage 1 Consultation will commence 2 August and close on 30 August 2019. We have extended the consultation from the required 3 weeks to 4 weeks to account for the holiday period.

What are the plans?

You can take a look at the proposed CPZ for Hailsham Avenue area leaflet for your area to see details of the proposals, as well as view them on detailed design plan.

Check out our CPZ frequently asked questions and the Lambeth parking pricing structure for more information.

How can I give my views?

The decision on whether or not to proceed with the next step, which would involve a statutory consultation on the proposals, will be subject to the responses received during this stage 1 consultation.

This Stage 1 Consultation is only open to residents and businesses within the consultation area. You will need to provide the unique reference number that was provided in the consultation package we sent out (it’s the code which looks like ‘HT9999’) when you’re answering the survey.

We welcome your comments on this proposal, which will be noted and included within the proposed measures where appropriate. Please complete your Stage 1 Consultation submission by 30 August 2019.

What happens next?

All representations will be analysed and the results of the consultation along with officers’ recommendations will be presented in a report to the Deputy Leader (Environment and Clean Air). Once a decision is made all consultees will be notified accordingly and the decision report will be published on this page.

Proposed Hailsham Avenue Area CPZ - Update 25 July 2019

Why are you consulting this area for CPZ?

Residents of roads within the Hailsham Avenue Area (Streatham Hill Ward) were asked for their views on parking as part of the Streatham Area Attitudinal Survey 2018. At this time the majority of residents did not consider that they had a parking problem, however, many did say that if a CPZ were to be introduced in neighbouring streets that they would change their mind about a CPZ being introduced in their road.

In July 2019 the decision was taken to proceed to statutory consultation on the proposed “Streatham Hill East” CPZ which abuts the Hailsham Avenue Area. In view of this decision, the attitudinal survey results for this area, resident requests received by Streatham Hill Ward Councillors and concerns to avoid displacement parking, a decision has been made to undertake a Stage 1 public consultation on proposals for the inclusion of the Hailsham Avenue Area into the proposed “Streatham Hill East” CPZ, were that scheme to be introduced (currently proposed to operate Monday to Friday from 10am to 12noon).

The consultation will be commencing shortly.

You can take a look at the decision report below.

Proposed Hailsham Avenue Area CPZ Consultation Report

Appendix A - Streatham Area Survey Material

Appendix B - Attitudinal Survey Results Summary

Officer Delegated Decision Report, 15 July 2019

What is the result of the Streatham Hill East Area Stage 1 Consultation?

The results of the Stage 1 Consultation were collated and presented along with officer recommendations in a report for a decision to be taken.

A decision has now been taken to undertake statutory consultation on the following proposals:

  1. a new controlled parking zone “Streatham Hill East (Zone M)” with controlled hours 1000-1200 Monday-Friday across an area bounded by, but not including, the A23, Christchurch Road, Palace Road, Hillside Road, Hillside Passage and the Tulse Hill-to-Streatham Hill Railway line

  2. extend the Tulse Hill ‘H’ controlled parking zone (controlled hours 0830-1830 Monday-Friday) to include Probyn Road

  3. extend the Brixton Hill ‘F’ controlled parking zone (controlled hours 1200-1400 Monday-Friday) to include all of Roupell Road

  4. To introduce at any time (double yellow line) waiting restrictions:

  • at both junctions of Palace Road and Coburg Crescent

  • at the junction of Palace Road and Bushell Close

  • at the junction of Palace Road and Presentation Mews

  • across accesses to communal off-street parking areas on Palace Road

  • at the junction of Hillside Road and Hillside Gardens

  • on the northern side of Kingsmead Road adjacent to No. 48

  • on the northern side of Leigham Vale from the flank wall of No.91 to a point level with the boundary of Nos. 3 and 5 Kingsmead Road

  • on the southern side of Leigham Vale from the flank wall of No.91 to a point level with the boundary of Nos. 101/102

A decision has been taken to not proceed with the next stage of consultation to introduce parking controls in Hillside Road, Palace Road and the Tulse Hill West area.

You can take a look at the report, which details the consultation results and final decision below.

Streatham Hill East Area CPZ - Stage 1 Consultation Results Officer Delegated Decision Report

Appendix A - Revised Detailed Proposals Statutory Consultation

Appendix B – Stage 1 Consultation Material

Appendix C – How to vote no Resident Group Campaign Flyer

Appendix D – Stage 1 Consultation Results - Streatham Hill East Area

Appendix E – Stage 1 Consultation Results - Visual Representation

Appendix F – CPZ Consultation Results Comparison 2017-2019

Appendix G – Stage 1 Consultation Results - Tulse Hill West Area

Appendix H – Proposed Solo Motorcycle parking bays

What happens next?

The next stage in the process is to undertake a Statutory Consultation to introduce these proposals. It is currently envisaged to commence in August/September 2019.

Consultation extension, 1 February 2019

Why is the consultation being extended?

We have been contacted by a group and various individuals who missed the deadline to participate in the consultation. They have requested to have the consultation extended to give them further opportunity give us their views. After careful consideration a decision was taken to grant this request. .

How long will the consultation be extended for?

The online survey will be re-opened for 2 weeks from 1 February and close on 15 February.

Where can I find my Unique Reference Number (URN) to participate in the consultation?

The URN was provided on the address page of the consultation packs sent out to all properties in the consultation area. If anyone requires assistance to locate the Unique Reference Number (URN), you can send an email to cpzconsultation@lambeth.gov.uk quoting reference STREATHAM HILL EAST CPZ.

Stage 1 Consultation, 5 December 2018 – 9 January 2019

What is happening in this area?

Following the Council’s decision to re-consult this area on proposals to introduce CPZ, the Stage 1 Consultation will commence today 5 December 2018 and close on 9 January 2018. We have extended the consultation from the required 3 weeks to 5 weeks to account for the festive holiday period.

What are the plans?

You can take a look at the proposed CPZ for Streatham Hill East area leaflet for your area to see details of the proposals, as well as view them on detailed design plan.

Check out our CPZ frequently asked questions and the Lambeth parking pricing structure for more information.

How can I give my views?

The decision on whether or not to proceed with the next step, which would involve a statutory consultation on the proposals, will be subject to the responses received during this informal consultation.

This Stage 1 Consultation is only open to residents and businesses within the consultation area. You will need to provide the unique reference number that was provided in the consultation package we sent out (it’s the code which looks like ‘URN-SHE12345’) when you’re answering the survey.

We regret that due to the number of responses received during a public consultation of this size it will not be possible to individually reply to each respondent.

We welcome your comments on this proposal, which will be noted and included within the proposed measures where appropriate. Please complete your Stage 1 Consultation survey by 9 January 2019.

What happens next?

All representations will be analysed and the results of the consultation along with officers’ recommendations will be presented in a report to the Cabinet Member for Housing & Clean Air. Once a decision is made all consultees will be notified accordingly and the report will be published on this page.

Proposed Streatham Hill East Area CPZ Re-consultation - Update 29 November 2018

Why are you re-consulting this area for CPZ?

Following the Council’s decision not to introduce a CPZ in the Streatham Hill East area, we received three separate petitions and numerous requests for this area to be re-consulted. The main concern from these representations was that the area would experience increased parking pressure once the CPZ’s in the Streatham Hill west area came into force.

The petitions were analysed in conjunction with the results of the previous consultation which took place in November 2017. The outcome of the analysis indicates that if all the properties who signed the petitions had participated in the original consultation this area would have had a majority in favour of introducing parking controls. This indicates a shift in overall opinion which provides a mandate for this re-consultation.

All representations and findings were presented in a report to be considered by the Council. After careful consideration a decision has been made to re-consult the Streatham Hill East area to on proposals to introduce parking controls in this area.

The consultation will be commencing shortly.

You can take a look at the report including the decision below.

Proposed Streatham Hill East Area CPZ Re-consultation Report

Appendix A - Area Overview Plan

Implementation, 8 August 2018

What is the current status of the proposed CPZ?

Following the Council decision to introduce new parking controls in the Streatham Hill area, the project has been handed over to our contractor for the installation of the lining and signing.

What are the plans?

It is anticipated that the works for the entire area, which includes the new Streatham Hill West Zone 'G', Thornton Zone ‘R’ extension and waiting restrictions in the Streatham Hill east area will start the week commencing 15 August 2018 for a period of 4-6 weeks, weather permitting.

How do I apply for a parking permit?

Please note, permit applications can only be processed one month prior to operational zone going live. These new zones are anticipated to go live on Monday 1 October 2018. Therefore no permit applications for these new zones can be processed before Monday 3 September 2018.

You can apply for your parking permit using the following council webpage link www.lambeth.gov.uk/parking-permit

You can also apply for a permit in person by appointment only. Please call the Lambeth Contact Centre on 020 7926 9000 for further information or to book an appointment.

Zone ‘G’ - Streatham Hill West

The new ‘G’ CPZ will be operational Mondays to Fridays between 10am and 12noon. Please see detailed plans of Zone 'G' linked below.

Plan – Final approved Zone ‘G’

Implementation Newsletter Zone ‘G'

Zone ‘R’ extension - Thornton

The extended ‘R’ CPZ will be operational Mondays to Fridays between 10am and 12noon. Please see detailed plans of Zone 'R' linked below.

Plan – Final approved Zone ‘R’ extension

Implementation Newsletter Zone ‘R' extension

Streatham Hill West waiting restrictions

Please see detailed plans of Streatham Hill west waiting restrictions linked below.

Plan – Final approved Streatham Hill west waiting restrictions

Implementation Newsletter Streatham Hill west waiting restrictions

Officer Delegated Decision Report, 24 July 2018

What is the outcome of the Statutory Consultation?

All representations received along with officers’ recommendations were presented in a report to be considered by the Council. After careful consideration a decision has been made to proceed with the implementation of the proposed CPZ’s.

You can take a look at the report which details the consultation results and final decision below.

Streatham Hill Area CPZ Statutory Consultation Report

Appendix A - Zone G final proposals

Appendix A - Zone R extension final proposals

Appendix A - Area 3 & Area 4 waiting restrictions final proposals

Appendix B - Statutory Consultation proposals

Appendix C-D - Statutory Correspondence

Appendix E - Parking Permit Price Plan

Appendix F - Streatham Hill area Permit Entitlement

What happens next?

Residents will be notified of the results of the Statutory Consultation, the Council's decision and the implementations works programme shortly.

Statutory Consultation Closed, 23 March 2018

What happens next?

All representations along with officers’ comments and recommendations will be presented in a report for consideration. The report will set out whether we will introduce a controlled parking zone (CPZ) in the area, and if so, which roads will be subject to such controls.

All those consulted during the statutory consultation will be notified once a decision has been made.

Statutory Consultation, 28 February – 23 March 2018

What is the current status of the proposed CPZ?

Following our decision to proceed with proposals to introduce parking controls in the area west of Streatham Hill (A23), we are now undertaking a Statutory Consultation on its intention to introduce the proposals as detailed below.

What is the current status of the proposed CPZ?

We have agreed to proceed with a statutory consultation to:

  • introduce a new Streatham Hill ‘G’ CPZ to be operational Monday to Friday between 10am to 12pm;
  • extend the existing Thornton R CPZ, with bays operating Monday to Friday from 10am to 12pm, and single yellow lines operating Monday to Friday between 8.30am to 5.30pm;
  • introduce double yellow line waiting restrictions at key locations in: Amesbury Avenue; Barcombe Avenue; Cricklade Avenue; Daysbrook Road; Downtown Avenue; Emsworth Street; Faygate Road; Hillside Road, Kinfauns Road; Kingsmead Road; Lanercost Road; Leigham Vale; Normanhurst Road; Northstead Road; Nuthurst Avenue; Palace Road; Probyn Road; Roupell Road; Wavertree Road and Wyatt Park Road.

A decision has been taken to not proceed with the next stage of consultation; to introduce parking controls in the area east of Streatham Hill (A23).

You can take a look at the Statutory Consultation information below.

Streatham Hill area CPZ - Statutory Consultation Newsletter

Plan 1 of revised proposals

Plan 2 of revised proposals

Informal Consultation Results - Visual representation

Informal Consultation Results - Overview

Informal Consultation Results - Individual areas

How can I give my views?

Representations for and against the proposals described in this Notice must be made in writing to:

Parking Design Team
Capital Programmes
London Borough of Lambeth
4th Floor Blue Star House
234-244 Stockwell Road,
London
SW9 9SP

or by email:

cpzconsultation@lambeth.gov.uk (quoting reference STREATHAM HILL CPZ by no later than 23 March 2018.)

Objections must relate only to the elements of the scheme that are subject to this statutory consultation.

What happens next?

A Notice of our intentions to introduce these measures will be published in a local newspaper (Lambeth Weekender), London Gazette and posted on lamp columns in the area.

All representations along with Officers’ comments and recommendations, will be presented in a final report to be considered by us.

Officer Delegated Decision Report, 27 February 2018

What is the result of the Informal Consultation?

The results of the Informal Consultation was collated and presented along with officer recommendations in a report for us to make a decision.

A decision has been taken to undertake a Statutory Consultation for the introduction of the following proposals:

  • To introduce a new ‘G’ CPZ (Streatham Hill West) to be operational Monday to Friday between 10am to 12pm;
  • To extend the existing Thornton ‘R’ CPZ, with bays operating Monday to Friday from 10am to 12pm and single yellow lines operating Monday to Friday between 8.30am to 5.30pm;
  • To introduce double yellow line (DYL) waiting restrictions in the Streatham Hill East and Tulse Hill West areas at key locations such as junctions, cul-de-sacs and locations where traffic flow would be impeded by parked vehicles.

A decision has been taken to not proceed with the next stage of consultation to introduce parking controls in the area east of Streatham Hill (A23).

You can take a look at the report, which details the consultation results and final decision below.

Streatham Hill Area CPZ - Informal Consultation Results Officer Delegated Decision Report

Appendix A - Plans of revised proposals

Appendix B - Plans of original proposals

Appendix C - Streatham Hill Area Consultation Results

Appendix D - Isolated Areas Permit Entitlement

Appendix E - Isolated Consultation Results Breakdown

Appendix F - Informal Consultation Material

Appendix G - Petitions Against Controls

Informal Consultation Closed, 8 December 2017

What happens next?

All representations will be analysed and the results of the consultation along with officers’ recommendations will be presented in a report to the Cabinet Member for Housing & Environment. Once a decision is made all consultees will be notified accordingly and the report will be published on this page.

Informal Consultation, 13 November – 8 December 2017

What is the problem?

This proposal is in response to representations received from local residents who are experiencing parking difficulties in their area. Generally, residents feel the problem is being caused by:

  • Commuters who park and complete their journey by public transport or those working in nearby businesses.
  • Existing CPZ’s displacing parking into the uncontrolled area.
  • Recently introduced and extended CPZ’s displacing parking into the uncontrolled area.
  • Residents and staff of nearby businesses within the neighbouring CPZs avoiding parking charges.

What are the plans?

You can take a look at the proposed CPZ Streatham Hill area leaflet for your area to see details of the proposals, as well as view them on map one and map two.

Check out our CPZ frequently asked questions and the Lambeth parking pricing structure for more information.

You can also visit our Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs) - guide webpage to find out more about parking restrictions.

Were parking surveys conducted?

Parking surveys were undertaken in the Streatham Hill area on 12 and 17 November 2016. These provide a representation of a typical weekday and a Saturday. The results of the surveys are discussed in our Lambeth parking survey - Streatham Hill report.

How can I give my views?

Please note, the Informal Consultation closed on 8 December 2017.