Conservatives confirm results of parking survey

Eltham North Councillor Spencer Drury has established the results of the consultation on extending the Eltham Station CPZ.  The results are shown below. 

 

In mid-February Greenwich Council should have delivered letters to all residents in the roads sandwiched between Craigton Road and the Rochester Way asking their opinion about the expansion of the Eltham Station controlled parking zone (CPZ). 

 

The results of the survey were as follows:-

 

 

Total

SUPPORT CPZ EXTENSION

Street Name

Premises

Yes

%

No

%

No View

% Response

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admiral Seymour Road

52

6

11.5%

15

28.8%

2

40.4%

Congreve Road(Part)

27

4

14.8%

10

37.0%

0

51.9%

Dumbreck Road(Part)

39

3

7.7%

19

48.7%

0

56.4%

Elibank Road(Part)

54

6

11.1%

24

44.4%

1

55.6%

Grangehill Road(Part)

66

5

7.6%

23

34.8%

1

42.4%

Moira Road(Part)

41

13

31.7%

8

19.5%

2

51.2%

Prince Rupert Road(Part)

40

11

27.5%

8

20.0%

1

47.5%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Totals

319

48

 

107

 

7

48.6%

Percentage of respondents

 

30%

 

66%

 

4%

 

 

 

Total Response

 

 

 

 

162

 

The responses from residents show clear support for the extension of the CPZ in only Moira Road and Prince Rupert Road (south of the Rochester Way).  Spencer has asked what official conclusion has been drawn and in a partial response he was told “Analysis of the results shows a distinct lack of overall support for the introduction of controls in these areas including a possible extension to the existing E zone. We have yet to present this to committee for a formal decision on whether or not to proceed to a scheme design including further consultation. However it is probably unlikely that a scheme would proceed but that is a decision for committee to make.”

 

Spencer is currently waiting a final decision and will communicate this with residents once he has received it.