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Update on parking consultation for Aultone Way area

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 16 December, 2019

In October the Council advised that the Permit Parking Area (PPA) scheme for the Aultone Way area was on hold, to allow further consideration to be given to all the responses received.

The main comments received during the statutory process related to:

  • The inclusion of Saturdays in the scheme, bearing in mind parking pressures are less on Saturdays in some areas, and the need to provide for family and friends to visit.
  • The double yellow line proposals at the junction of Woodend/Greenhill were considered to be too restrictive
  • The removal of Greenhill as part of the proposal.
  • The need for more flexible carers permits

As a result of the feedback the Council has made some revisions to the proposals.  The scheme will be reduced to operate only from Monday to Friday.  It is felt this is a fair compromise between the differing views of residents and will allow us to see the impact of the restrictions on parking problems in the area.  If parking continues to be a problem on a Saturday, the Council is prepared to consider extending the restrictions in the future to include Saturdays.

The double yellow line at the junction of Woodend/Greenhill has been amended to allow some additional parking in the short section of road that links the two roads.

The request to remove Greenhill from the PPA proposal will not be progressed at this time, as there is concern that this road would become the location for any of the displacement parking currently in Woodend and Aultone Way.

Changes to the current scheme for carers’ permits are being considered by the Environment and Neighbourhoods Committee on 19 December:

  https://moderngov.sutton.gov.uk/documents/s69220/5%20Resident%20Care%20Permit.pdf
This will introduce a new carers’ permit, applied for by residents who need care, and transferable across vehicles. It will respond to the more flexible ways that caring is often provided by family members, etc.

After careful consideration and discussion, the Council has decided to continue with the proposals to implement a PPA in Aultone Way, Greenhill and Woodend, but taking into account the modifications above.  Residents will receive notification when the revised Traffic Management Order is confirmed with further information in the New Year on how to apply for permits.  It is aimed to bring the scheme in from 1 March 2020.

We will continue to keep you updated on progress.

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  1. LEO LUCAS says:

    WE —IE THE RESIDENTS AT GREENHILL —HEREBY REPEAT OUR LONG STANDING ORIGINAL OBJECTIONS IE
    1 WE NEVER DID WANT AND —-STILL DO NOT WANT GREENHILL—- TO BE INCLUDED IN THE NEW CONTROLLED —FEE PAYING PARKING SCHEME
    2 WE WILL CHALLENGE THIS UNWANTED AND FIERCELY CONTESTED IMPLEMENTATION IE IN THE HIGH COURT— WITHIN 6 WEEKS FROM THE 13TH OF DECEMBER —AS STIPULATED BY THE COUNCIL
    3 WE HAVE 6 WEEKS FROM THE 13TH OF DECEMBER TO GET THE HIGH COURT TO IMPOSE AN INJUNCTION
    4 WE HAVE PROPER LEGAL GROUNDS FOR CHALLENGING THE UNWANTED INCLUSION OF GREENHILL INTO THE SCHEME
    5 IN SPITE OF THE FACT THAT THE COUNCIL HAS —TOTALLY IGNORED OUR REPEATED OBJECTIONS –PLUS THE FACT THAT THE MAJORITY OF RESIDENTS AT GREENHILL OBJECTED –FOLLOWING THE STIPULATED PROCEDURE —AND IN SPITE OF THE FACT THAT CHIEF COUNCILLOR DOMBEY PROMISED US PUBLICLY— MANY TIMES –THAT GREENHILL WOULD NOT GET THE SCHEME IF VOTED FOR AGAINST— BY MAJORITY –IE IN SPITE OF ALL THE ABOVE –THE COUNCIL HAS CHOSEN TO BREAK ITS PROMISES—AND IS NOW VICTIMIZING AND PERSECUTING THE RESIDENTS AT GREENHILL
    6 WE—- IE THE RESIDENTS AT GREENHILL– ARE INTENSELY AGGRIEVED BY THE COUNCIL’S VICTIMIZATION—TO THE EXTENT THAT WE WILL SEEK AN INJUNCTION AT THE HIGH COURT TO STOP THE COUNCIL FROM PUNISHING US AND RUINING OUR QUALITY OF LIFE
    7 FURTHERMORE THE COUNCIL HAS INTENSIFIED THE LEVEL OF PUNISHMENT BY DECLARING THAT ANY RESIDENT AT GREENHILL WITH OFF ROAD PARKING— IE A DRIVE— WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO APPLY FOR THE THREE RESIDENTS’ PARKING PERMITS — EVEN THOUGH ALL THE OTHER CPZ ROADS IN SUTTON ARE ALLOWED TO DO SO
    8 THE REASONS WHY SUTTON COUNCIL ARE CARRYING OUT THESE VICTIMIZING AND DISCRIMINATORY MEASURES— IE CRUEL SANCTIONS– AGAINST THE RESIDENTS AT GREENHILL ARE NOT CLEAR AT THE PRESENT TIME BUT WE WILL GET THE TRUTH AT THE HIGH COURT
    RESIDENTS —GREENHILL SUTTON GARDEN SUBURB RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION

  2. LEO LUCAS says:

    AS ABOVE

  3. LEO LUCAS says:

    WE IE THE RESIDENTS AT GREENHILL DO HEREBY PROCLAIM TO OUR FELLOW RESIDENTS AT THE LONDON BOROUGH OF SUTTON THAT THIS COUNCIL IS DISCRIMINATING AGAINST US IN A VERY NASTY WAY
    IT IS NOT CLEAR WHY THE COUNCILLORS OF SUTTON ARE HARASSING THE RESIDENTS OF GREENHILL IN THIS WAY

    WE APPEAL TO ALL OUR FELLOW RESIDENTS AT GREENHILL TO APPEAL TO THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE BY EMAILING TO
    [email protected]

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