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Publication of extension plans for the Barnet permit parking program UK News

People living in the Barnet area must pay to park their vehicles as part of proposals to expand a parking program for residents.

A notice from the London Borough of Barnet in this week’s edition of Barnet borough hours describes plans to expand the Church End controlled parking area.

The decision is made to discourage “all day commuter parking” from taking place on certain lengths of Etchingham Park Road, Park Avenue, Park Crescent and Park View Road.

The council says it would improve parking options for residents and reduce traffic congestion in the area.

If the project goes ahead, the CPZ will be extended to Etchingham Park Road (between Holdenhurst Avenue and Squires Avenue), Park Avenue, Park Crescent and Park View Road.

The decree would have the effect of introducing parking spaces for the use of residents and their visitors between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. from Monday to Friday, provided that the cars display a valid permit or visitor voucher.

The cost of the permit is split according to the level of C02 emissions and the size of the engine, currently ranging from an annual cost of £ 15 to £ 182.25 for the first vehicle.

In addition, there are also plans to introduce parking spaces for the use of residents and businesses on Etchingham Park Road and Park View Road, again subject to a valid permit displayed.

However, the proposal would also allow people residing at certain addresses to obtain a permit allowing them to park without limitation during controlled hours. These are:

Etchingham Park Road – odd numbers 43 to 157; Even numbers 112 to 156, including numbers 1 to 4 Parkside Court.

Park Crescent – odd # 1 to 31 and even # 2 to 32.

Park View Road – No. 1 to No. 18, including No. 1 to 4 Park View Court.

Avenue du Parc – N ° 1 to N0. 26, including No.1 at 4 Avenue Court.

For more details on this notice, which also includes plans to introduce waiting restrictions along certain sections of affected roads at any time, visit the public notices section of our website.

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This notice was published: 2021-05-27 06:00:00

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