Following requests from local residents we have been asked to consider parking restrictions in Tors Road, Lynmouth.
Why are we doing this?
As Tors Road is the only road in Lynmouth without parking restrictions it has become an attractive location to park and this parking is disadvantaging local residents. These proposals seek to provide priority parking for residents whilst retaining some parking for visitors.
Why should I respond?
It is important that we know the current views of everyone who might be affected by new restrictions. Your response will contribute to the final decision.
When do I have to respond by?
The proposals for this scheme were advertised between 25 May and 16 June.
How do I respond?
The consultation period has now closed.
If you make a submission to this consultation please be aware that your contact details and any points you have contributed may be made publicly available online and in other formats in accordance with our legal obligations. Receipt of submissions may not be acknowledged, but those received will be considered and shared within Devon County Council and with our partners. Further information on how we process your personal data can be found online at http://devon.cc/troprivacy
Below are links to the documents that show the detailed proposals for the road.
A copy of the consultation booklet that has been sent to all affected properties can be viewed here and contains details of the permits that would be available.
Following the consultation, the responses submitted will be considered by the local County Councillors before a final decision is made.
If the decision is to proceed with a scheme, then details will be sent to the properties in Tors Road and a response will be sent to everyone that commented on the proposals.