Local Residents’ Associations and residents are concerned about the loss of 1-hour parking in Brighton Road, Coulsdon. They believe that this proposal could mean more shops closing with less choice for residents.
The Council is proposing to reduce the current 60 minutes that people can park for free to just 30 minutes. Local people have already fought this on previous occasions and managed to get this overturned due to public pressure.
A campaigner says,
“This will affect the traders and shoppers. It is a huge blow after getting at least some of the Lion Green Road car park reinstated. The problems which the closure of the car park has caused showed how important parking is to the town.
Thank goodness they have at least temporarily, reopened the car park.
We need you to object again this time – details of how to and a standard letter are provided below.
There is now only a few more days to object but if you haven’t done so already.”
Petition signing in Coulsdon
How to register an objection:
Send an email to Parking.Design@croydon.gov.uk
Please ensure you give your name and address and postcode or it will not be counted.
The email should include the following reference
Ref: PD / CH / A1 to A3, The Croydon (Coulsdon) (Limited Time) (No. A2) Traffic Order
And you might like to copy it to
Cllr Kathy Bee Kathy.Bee@croydon.gov.uk
Cllr Tony Newman firstname.lastname@example.org
Cllr Steve O’Connell – GLA member for Croydon and Sutton Steve.O’Connell@croydon.gov.uk
Chris Philp MP email@example.com
Cllr Mario Creatura firstname.lastname@example.org
Cllr Luke Clancy email@example.com
Cllr Jeet Bains firstname.lastname@example.org
Cllr Christopher Wright email@example.com
Cllr James Thompson firstname.lastname@example.org
Cllr Margaret Bird email@example.com
Or you can send in an individual letter by post to:
Order Making Section, Parking Design Team
Place Department, Croydon Council,
Floor 6, Zone C, Bernard Weatherill House,
8 Mint Walk,
A standard letter can be downloaded, here.
If over 1000 signatures are gained, the Council have to debate the issue in the Council Chamber and the public can attend.