West Chesterton Parking: combined scheme more survey results


Here is more detailed street by street breakdowns of answers to my informal survey on parking controls, as well as other results from the survey.

The crucial thing to highlight in the results below is that all streets have a majority in favour of restrictions.  I've merged sideroads onto main roads to ensure anonymity of the respondants.

Those supporting the principle of parking restrictions, who answered the question of asking Ascham (ie "Yes" indicates they both supportined the principleof parking controls and support asking Ascham):

 

Street No Yes Blank Total
Arbury Road 4 7   11
Chesterton Hall Crescent 4 13 1 18
Chesterton Road 1     1
Chestnut Grove   3   3
George Street   17 1 18
Hawthorn Way   3   3
Herbert Street 1 21   22
Highfield Avenue   13   13
Highworth Avenue 1 7   8
Hurst Park Avenue 5 30 2 37
Leys Avenue 2 9   11
Leys Road 1 13   14
Milton Road 1 3   4
Mulberry Close 1 1   2
Orchard Avenue 4 15 1 20
Springfield Road   8   8
Totals 25 163 5 193

Taking the filter off of who supported the principle of restrictions, ie just the answers to the question about whether people supported asking Ascham to be part of a larger scheme:

 

Street No Yes blank Total
Arbury Road 4 8   12
Chesterton Hall Crescent 4 13 1 18
Chesterton Road 1     1
Chestnut Grove   3   3
George Street   17 1 18
Hawthorn Way   3   3
Herbert Street 1 21   22
Highfield Avenue 3 14   17
Highworth Avenue 5 10 1 16
Hurst Park Avenue 12 31 5 48
Leys Avenue 3 9   12
Leys Road 2 16   18
Milton Road 1 3   4
Mulberry Close 3 2 1 6
Orchard Avenue 9 15 1 25
Springfield Road   9   9
Totals 48 174 10 232

Now those who support the principle by street:

 

Street No Yes blank Total
Arbury Road 1 11   12
Chesterton Hall Crescent   18   18
Chesterton Road   1   1
Chestnut Grove   3   3
George Street   18   18
Hawthorn Way   3   3
Herbert Street   22   22
Highfield Avenue 4 13   17
Highworth Avenue 7 8 1 16
Hurst Park Avenue 7 37 4 48
Leys Avenue 1 11   12
Leys Road 4 14   18
Milton Road   4   4
Mulberry Close 4 2   6
Orchard Avenue 5 20   25
Springfield Road 1 8   9
Totals 34 193 5 232

Responses to asking whether car club spaces would be supported:

 

Street No Yes blank Total
Arbury Road 3 9   12
Chesterton Hall Crescent 3 13 2 18
Chesterton Road   1   1
Chestnut Grove   3   3
George Street 3 13 2 18
Hawthorn Way   3   3
Herbert Street 4 18   22
Highfield Avenue 3 12 2 17
Highworth Avenue 4 9 3 16
Hurst Park Avenue 12 33 3 48
Leys Avenue 2 10   12
Leys Road 3 14 1 18
Milton Road 2 2   4
Mulberry Close 2 4   6
Orchard Avenue 9 16   25
Springfield Road 1 8   9
Totals 51 168 13 232

 

Responses to whether residents would support a scheme of HPA Estate + the Triangle if Ascham says no for those residents who supported parking restrictions in principle (the majority was smaller for all respondants):

 

Street No Yes blank Total
Arbury Road   8 1 9
Chesterton Hall Crescent 4 13 1 18
Chesterton Road   1   1
Chestnut Grove   3   3
George Street 2 12 4 18
Hawthorn Way   2   2
Herbert Street 2 19   21
Highfield Avenue 5 5   10
Highworth Avenue 1 5 2 8
Hurst Park Avenue 6 27 2 35
Leys Avenue   11   11
Leys Road 3 10   13
Milton Road 2 2   4
Mulberry Close 2     2
Orchard Avenue 10 10   20
Springfield Road 2 6   8
Totals 39 134 10 183

I've presented the responses to the number of permits as %s as I think it's more useful, and shown below the data filtered to those who supported the principle of controls:

 

I do not support a scheme joining Hurst Park & The Chesterton Triangle 19%
One permit per household 43%
Three permits per household 7%
Two permits per household 26%
(blank) 6%

In terms of days of operation I think there is a clear majority in favour of Monday-Friday:

 

Monday-Friday 50%
Monday-Saturday 19%
Monday-Sunday (ie all week) 19%
(blank) 11%

For hours of operation, the majority times are for 0900 start and 1500 end (23% and 20% respectively). 

The raw data, anonymised is here:  raw data


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