Consultations - Parking Restriction Review – Lawley and Overdale, Hollinswood and Randlay, Great Dawley, Dawley Hamlets, Stirchley and Brookside

Who can get involved? The borough has been split into 7 areas in order to consult on a phased basis. We have now completed the review in the first 6 areas and will now be consulted in the 7th area where we will be concentrating on the restrictions in Lawley & Overdale, Hollinswood & Randlay, Great Dawley, Dawley Hamlets and Stirchley & Brookside.
There is a statutory TRO process for consulting with the emergency services, town and parish councils and other statutory bodies such as bus companies and freight organisations. Proposals are then advertised on street to seek comments from the public.
We shall be holding drop-in sessions to be advertised and held locally to give all interested parties the opportunity to see and comment on the proposals.
Start date Tuesday 23 July 2013
Closing date Wednesday 7 August 2013
Service delivery area Highways and Transport
Reason for consultation We are undertaking a review of all on street parking restrictions to ensure the legal orders are correct and the restrictions on site are enforceable and suitable for current highway conditions. In addition to this it will enable us to review all of the associated road markings and signs on site and ensure they are correct and rationalised where possible.
Overview The review will use a number of approaches for gathering information including;
• Statutory consultation with town and parishes, enhanced with face-to-face workshop meetings
• Public adverts on-street
• Public drop in sessions to enable all interested parties to review the proposals and make any comments they may have
How to get involved? You can get involved by visiting consultation sessions to be held;
• Tuesday 23rd July at Lawley community centre between 6.00pm and 7.30pm
• Wednesday 24 July at Addenbrooke House between 12.00pm and 7.00pm
What happens next? All comments will be collated, reviewed and where appropriate adjustments will be made to the schemes before implementation.