Hastings Parking Review 2016-17 - informal consultation

Closed 31 Mar 2017

Opened 10 Mar 2017

Overview

We receive many requests for new or changes to existing parking and waiting restrictions in Hastings. To manage these and make effective use of our budgets we have a priority ranking system. All requests are considered and locations given the highest priority are progressed as part of our regular reviews.

The proposals for this review are shown in the drawings in the 'Related documents' section at the bottom of this page. Please take the time to look at these carefully and tell us your views by completing the survey.

At this informal stage of the Hastings review we are looking for your views on the proposals.

In particular we would like to know:

  • which road and drawing number you are commenting on,
  • whether you support or do not support the proposals, and your reasons, and
  • any other comments you may have.

The consultation period runs from 10 March to 31 March 2017. All comments need to be received by 31 March.

Why We Are Consulting

The proposals follow requests for changes to existing parking controls or where local residents or businesses want new controls to be introduced. There are also areas where safety or access issues have been identified and it is felt necessary to introduce restrictions such as yellow lines.

We want to hear your views on the proposals. Your feedback will help us decide whether the proposals need to be modified before formal changes are advertised.

We will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Please contact us by email to parking.escc@eastsussex.gov.uk or telephone 01323 466244.

Thank you for taking the time to look at these proposals.

What Happens Next

After the closing date of 31 March 2017 we will process all responses.

The level of support will determine the outcome of the proposals. If there are a number of suggested alternatives, these will be considered and included in the final proposals.

If the proposals go forward then the draft Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) will be written and another 21 day period of formal consultation will take place, allowing further representtions to be made. If there are no objections the restrictions will be introduced and the draft TRO made permanent. If objections are received, we will need to consider these and present a report to Planning Committee.

 

 

 

Areas

  • Hastings

Audiences

  • People who use our services

Interests

  • Traffic Regulation Orders