From Redbridge Council
Tell us what you think about parking
We’re reviewing how parking is provided to residents, businesses and visitors to Redbridge.
To do this it’s vital that we get your views so we’re asking you to take just five minutes to tell us what you think by completing our short consultation.
We know that parking affects everyone in different ways and because of this it is a huge challenge for us to get right. It isn’t a subject that can be considered on its own, there are lots of other factors that we will need to take into account including road safety, the local economy and an increase in our population and car ownership. The longer term plan is to develop a parking offer that is consistent and fair.
The first phase of our consultation is to understand more about your more general views on parking. This will help us develop a vision and set of aims to make parking work in years to come. It will also help us to make decisions about what parking schemes are best for the majority.
The consultation is for everyone, not just car users, and it’s open until 28 August 2015.
Find out more and take part
Editor: Here's some info before you start ...
"Cars are parked 95% of the time". Let's check!
The typical driver spends 106 days of their life searching for a parking space
- 30% of most traffic in a city comes from people looking for parking spaces.
- Most cars are parked 90 percent of the time.
- Urban planners, architects and politicians are the three groups most in need of a parking expert.