Monks Road area residents parking
In November 2018, residents were asked if they would support the introduction of a residents parking scheme in their area. This consultation was held in response to requests from local residents who are affected by commuter parking and the introduction of residents parking in surrounding areas.
The results of the 2018 consultation were presented to the Exeter Highways and Traffic Orders Committee on 9 April 2019. The results indicated that residents were in favour of the introduction of a residents parking scheme, therefore we are proceeding to formally advertise the proposals from 23 May 2019 until 14 June 2019 in a statutory consultation.
The proposals aim to prevent displacement parking to other areas. These proposals have been drafted following discussions with the local county councillor and the Chair of the Highway and Traffic Orders Committee.
The intention of the scheme is to ensure that residents have priority over parking within their area, while also ensuring that local needs are taken into account, for instance, that local businesses and other employment hubs are not unfairly disadvantaged.
Alternatively you can submit responses and comments by post:
Traffic Management Team
Devon County Council
Responses and comments need to be received by 14 June 2019
Receipt of submissions may not be acknowledged but those received will be considered and shared with councillors.
Why should I respond?
It is important that we know the current views of everyone who might be affected, even if you have already responded as part of previous consultations. Your response will contribute to the final decision on what will/will not be implemented.
Where can I view plans and details of the proposal?
- The plans can be viewed online via the link below
- Main reception, Devon County Council, County Hall, Topsham Road, Exeter, EX2 4QD
- Customer Service Centre at Exeter City Council, Paris Street, Exeter, EX1 1JN
- Reception at Mount Pleasant Health Centre, Mount Pleasant Road, Exeter, EX4 7BW
What happens next?
Following the statutory consultation, all responses from the public will be summarised and analysed. The results will be taken to the Exeter Highway and Traffic Orders Committee for a final decision to be made.