Chesterton Triangle Parking - into Ascham or not, and on what basis?

This survey will be closed at 2019-02-10 @ 2100 uk time.

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The survey consists of 13 scenarios, and one general principle question.  The 13 scenarios are designed to give me a steer on the upcoming need to make a decision on whether to ask Ascham if you can join up with them or not, and/or on what version of a scheme you might support in the Triangle area.

I need to advise officers and a committee chair, whether or not the Chesterton Triangle (Springfield Road to Hawthorn Way and those streets inbetween (ie Herbert, George, Chesterton Hall Crescent) wants to move forward with a parking control scheme, and whether you want to ask the Ascham area to join up in one scheme.  This timescale is dictated by the need to get any future formal consultation, including relevant legalities, through to a committee decision in time to implement it on the ground, should there be this agreement to change to Ascham.

I strongly ask you, if you are at all unsure, to consider asking me for clarification on any points before submitting your responses.  

I held a meeting Q&A on the issues on 2019-02-08.  For those who were unable to attend, I (Cllr Ian Manning) will be doing two online sessions on Sunday 2019-02-10 where I will answer questions on facebook: 

https://www.facebook.com/iangmanning

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Other detail /  background:

The Ascham area is going ahead with introducing parking controls, having been voted through by majority vote at Cambridge Joint Area Committee on 2018-11-27.  This means they have to be consulted at at least one stage if their scheme was to be altered to include the Chesterton Triangle area.

 

 

 

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