More streets could be covered if an existing controlled parking zone is extended.

In a notice published on March 21, Barnet Council has proposed extending the Cricklewood CPZ to include No.1 to 3 Coachworks Mews in a Road Traffic Regulations order.

Barnet Council describes a Controlled Parking Zone as “an area where parking is only permitted in designated parking bays and the remainder of the kerbside space is subject to yellow line restrictions”.

The yellow lines prohibit the drivers from waiting either on the days and hours shown either on the nearby signs or on the large signs at the entry points to a CPZ.

The council says households coming under the zone will be eligible to apply for parking permits and visitor vouchers when the order comes into effect.

A copy of the order, a plan of the relevant areas and the council’s statement of reasons justifying the plan can be obtained within 21 days of March 21 by emailing or by writing to the Design team, Highways section, 6th Floor, 2 Bristol Avenue, Colindale, London NW9 4EW.

Anyone objecting to the proposal, the council adds, should send a written statement explaining their views quoting reference number SCR566 to the above-mentioned address.

More information on how a CPZ works in Barnet can be found on council’s website.


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