Welcome to the West Hampstead Spotlight blog
Welcome to West Hampstead Spotlight blog
Your three West Hampstead ward Lib Dem councillors - Gillian Risso-Gill, Keith Moffitt and John Bryant - would like to welcome you to their blog on West Hampstead issues. And every now and then we'll pop in some other "big picture" posts as well.
Our fellow Lib Dem councillors in Fortune Green, Flick Rea, Russell Eagling and Nancy Jirira, have their own blog - fortunegreenspotlight.blogspot.com - and we'll occasionally cross-post stories of interest to the whole West Hampstead area.
Friday, 8 June 2012
West Hampstead/Fortune Green Area Forum on Tuesday, 19 June - on parking, crime and planning
The next West Hampstead/Fortune Green Area Forum (Area Action Group) is scheduled for Tuesday, 19 June, at the Synagogue Community Hall on Dennington Park Road. Regular attenders have been notified by e-mail or letter.
Here’s the agenda for the meeting, which Cllr Keith Moffitt will be chairing:
7 - 7.30 pm: an opportunity to meet ward councillors informally over tea/coffee
7.30 meeting starts:
Parking Policy review
For more details of the review, see below. The consultation formally ends on 18 June, but Camden will take into account comments made at the area forum.
Representatives from the Fortune Green and West Hampstead Safer Neighbourhood Teams
Neighbourhood Development Plan
James Earl, chair of the West Hampstead Neighbourhood Development Forum.
We'll aim to finish by 9.30 at the latest.
We look forward to seeing lots of West Hampstead residents on Tuesday 19 June.
More details of the Parking Policy Review from Camden:
As part of the Parking Policy Review (PPR), a public engagement exercise will take place, to gauge opinion on issues relating to the size, days and hours of control of Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs), as well as on the maximum stay in pay and display bays. I would welcome your views on this issue and ask that you send your comments to email@example.com
The results of the consultation will inform where changes may be required to CPZ days and hours of control to respond to changing parking demands and lead to the development of a work programme of CPZ reviews. A report outlining the consultation responses will be considered later in the year, outlining any options for change. It is also proposed that this will be considered by the Culture and Environment Scrutiny Committee.
This questionnaire is being undertaken as part of the wider Parking Policy Review (PPR). Some changes have already been implemented and details about these can be found on the PPR web page at Parking Policy Review.
The questionnaire will be available for anyone to respond to, but direct notification will be sent to the groups below:
- Residents’ and Tenant’s Associations;
- Businesses (through business forums and monthly e-newsletter)
- minority groups such as those representing the disabled and elderly;
- individuals who have previously requested changes to CPZ hours.
The questionnaire is available on the Council’s web site for public consultation on the following link: https://consultations.wearecamden.org/culture-environment/test-fl/consult_view
Hard copies of all documents can also be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (although please consider whether you really need a hard copy as we wish to keep printed material to a minimum).
The public consultation ends midnight on Monday 18 June 2012.
If you have any questions about the consultation or would like further information, please contact:
Phone: 020 7974 4639