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Proposed new parking schemes

Last Modified November 18, 2016
 

Parking Management Strategy

Our Parking Management Strategy is a document agreed by councillors as a guide for councillors and officers when considering new parking controls or amendments to existing parking controls.

We consider a number of new parking schemes each year in line with guidance from our Parking Management Strategy. You can see what new schemes are currently proposed in this section.

Formal notices of the proposed parking schemes are advertised in local newspapers and on lamp posts in the streets concerned, as well as being available below.

You are welcome to comment on any of the proposals during the dates shown on each of the notices below.

Documents giving more detailed information of each order can also be inspected at the Civic Offices in Borehamwood. If you have a general enquiry relating to any of the proposals, contact parking.policy@hertsmere.gov.uk or telephone 020 8207 2277.

 

DISABLED PERSONS PARKING PLACES BOREHAMWOOD AND RADLETT

Various Roads Borehamwood Sealed TRO

Borehamwood TRO Drawings

The Crosspath, Radlett sealed TRO

The Crosspath TRO Drawing

Notice of Making

Statement of reasons for Making

HEATHFIELD CLOSE AND HERMITAGE COURT MINOR ADJUSTMENTS

 

Sealed TRO

Notice of Making

Statement of reasons for Making

CLARENDON ROAD AND MALDEN ROAD MINOR ADJUSTMENTS

 

Sealed TRO

Notice of Making

Statement of Reasons for Making

PARKING CHANGES FOR CHACE AVENUE AND SURROUNDING ROADS

Draft TRO

TRO Drawing

Notice of Proposal

Statement of reasons

 

 

 

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