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PROPOSED INTRODUCTION OF 'MP4' CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE THE MERTON (PARKING PLACES) (MP4) ORDER 20* THE MERTON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (MP4) ORDER 20* THE MERTON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (MP1) (AMENDMENT NO.*) ORDER 20* THE MERTON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (AMENDMENT NO. *) ORDER 20*

Notice ID: SUT1154342

Notice effective from
10th May 2019 to 9th June 2019

PROPOSED INTRODUCTION OF 'MP4' CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE THE MERTON (PARKING PLACES) (MP4) ORDER 20* THE MERTON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION)

(MP4) ORDER 20* THE MERTON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION)

(MP1) (AMENDMENT NO.*) ORDER 20* THE MERTON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (AMENDMENT NO. *) ORDER 20*

1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Merton propose to make the above-mentioned Orders under sections 6, 45, 46, 49 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended.



2. The main effect of the Orders would be to introduce a controlled parking zone "MP4" to include the lengths of streets specified in Schedule 1 to this notice and introduce "at any time" waiting restrictions in the lengths of streets specified in Schedule 2 to this notice.



3. The general effect of the 'MP4 Parking Places' Order would be to: -



(a) designate parking places that would operate Mondays to Sundays between the hours of 8.30am and 6.30pm inclusive in certain lengths of the streets listed in Schedule 1 to this Notice;



(b) specify that:-



(i) each parking place may be used, subject to the provisions of the Order, for the leaving during permitted hours of such vehicles as are passenger vehicles, goods carrying vehicles, or invalid carriages displaying a valid permit. Motor cycles and vehicles displaying a "blue badge" would park free;



(ii) residents' permits would be issued by the Council or its agents to persons whose usual place of abode is in the lengths of streets specified in the Schedule to this Notice and subject to sub­paragraphs (iv) to (vi) below, the charges would be £65 per annum or £32.50 for six months for the first permit, £110 per annum or £55 for six months for the second permit and £140 per annum or £70 for six months for the third and subsequent permits;



(iii) charges for other permits would be, subject to sub-paragraphs (iv) to (vi) below, as follows: resident address permits would be charged at the same rate as residents' permits, free for housebound or registered disabled applicants; business permits would be £331 for 6 months, annual visitor permits (one per household) would be £140, residents would be entitled to 100 half day temporary visitors' permits at a charge of £1.50 per permit valid between 8.30am and 2pm or between noon and 6.30pm Mondays to Sundays inclusive or 50 full day temporary visitors' permits at a charge of £2.50 per permit; teacher permits would be £180 per annum and all zone trader permits would be £900 per annum, £600 for 6 months, £375 for 3 months, £150 for 1 month and £50 for 1 week;



(iv) there may be an additional £25 charge for the administration of new permits issued and renewals of permits which would be waived if the successful applicant is granted a permit within 4 weeks of the Order coming into operation and when a permit holder applies for a renewal within 4 weeks of the permit expiring;



(v) an additional charge (diesel surcharge) of £150 would apply to resident, business, teacher and trade parking permits for all diesel vehicles. Permits issued for a duration of less than a year would be subject to the surcharge on a pro-rata basis;



(vi) the resident parking permit charge for electric vehicles would be set at a discounted rate of £25 per annum and a reduction of £40 per annum would apply to business, teacher and trade parking permit charges for electric vehicles, pro-rata for a minimum of 6 months.



4. The general effect of the 'Waiting and Loading' Orders would be to introduce waiting restrictions operating:-



(a) "at any time" or between the hours of 8.30am to 6.30pm Mondays to Sundays in the streets or lengths of streets specified in Schedule 1 to this Notice;



(b) "at any time" in the lengths of streets specified in Schedule 2 to this Notice.



5. A copy of each of the proposed Orders and other documents giving more detailed particulars of the Orders, including a plan which indicates the lengths of streets to which the Orders relate can be inspected Monday to Friday during normal office hours at Merton Link, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, Surrey.



6. Any person desiring to comment on the proposed Orders should send a statement in writing of their representations or objections and the grounds thereof, to the Environment and Regeneration Department at the Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, Surrey, SM4 5DX, or alternatively by email to

trafficandhighways@merton.gov.uk

quoting reference ES/MP4, no later than 31 May 2019.



Dated 10 May 2019.

SCHEDULE 1

Grasmere Avenue, all arms

Kenley Road, between Circle Gardens and Windermere Avenue SCHEDULE 2

Kenley Road, the north-east side, from the south-eastern kerb-line of Sandbourne Avenue south-eastward for a distance of 10 metres;

London Borough of Merton Public Notices

Kenley Road, the south-west side, from the south-eastern kerb-line of

Sandbourne Avenue south-eastward for a distance of 12 metres;

Sandbourne Avenue, both sides, from the north-eastern kerb-line of Kenley

Road north-eastward for a distance of 8 metres;

Windermere Avenue, the west side, from the south-western kerb-line of

Kenley Road southward for a distance of 15 metres;

Windermere Avenue, the east side, from the south-western kerb-line of

Kenley Road southward for a distance of 12 metres.

PROPOSED INTRODUCTION OF 'CH' CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE PROPOSED WAITING RESTRICTIONS IN VARIOUS

ROADS IN THE CANNON HILL AREA THE MERTON (PARKING PLACES) (CH) ORDER 20* THE MERTON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION)

(CH) ORDER 20* THE MERTON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (AMENDMENT NO. *) ORDER 201*

1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Merton propose to make the above-mentioned Orders under sections 6, 45, 46, 49 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended.



2. The main effect of the Orders would be to introduce a controlled parking zone "CH" to include the lengths of streets specified in Schedule 1 to this notice and waiting restrictions in the lengths of the streets listed in Schedule 2 to this notice.



3. The general effect of the 'CH Parking Places' Order would be to: -



(a) designate parking places that would operate Mondays to Fridays between the hours of 11.00am and 3.00pm inclusive in certain lengths of the streets listed in Schedule 1 to this Notice,



(b) specify that-



(i) each parking place may be used, subject to the provisions of the Order, for the leaving during permitted hours of such vehicles as are passenger vehicles, goods carrying vehicles, or invalid carriages displaying a valid permit. Motor cycles and vehicles displaying a "blue badge" would park free;



(ii) residents' permits would be issued by the Council or its agents to persons whose usual place of abode is in the lengths of streets specified in Schedule 1 to this Notice and subject to sub­paragraphs (iv) to (vi) below, the charges would be £65 per annum or £32.50 for six months for the first permit, £110 per annum or £55 for six months for the second permit and £140 per annum or £70 for six months for the third and subsequent permits;



(iii) charges for other permits would be, subject to sub-paragraphs (iv) to (vi) below, as follows: resident address permits would be charged at the same rate as residents' permits, free for housebound or registered disabled applicants; business permits would be £331 for 6 months, annual visitor permits (one per household) would be £140, residents would be entitled to 100 half day temporary visitors' permits at a charge of £1.50 per permit valid between 11am and 3pm Mondays to Fridays inclusive; teacher permits would be £180 per annum and all zone trader permits would be £900 per annum, £600 for 6 months, £375 for 3 months, £150 for 1 month and £50 for 1 week;



(iv) there may be an additional £25 charge for the administration of new permits issued and renewals of permits which would be waived if the successful applicant is granted a permit within 4 weeks of the Order coming into operation and when a permit holder applies for a renewal within 4 weeks of the permit expiring;



(v) an additional charge (diesel surcharge) of £150 would apply to resident, business, teacher and trade parking permits for all diesel vehicles. Permits issued for a duration of less than a year would be subject to the surcharge on a pro-rata basis;



(vi) the resident parking permit charge for electric vehicles would be set at a discounted rate of £25 per annum and that a reduction of £40 per annum would apply to business, teacher and trade parking permit charges for electric vehicles, pro-rata for a minimum of 6 months.



4. The general effect of the 'Waiting and Loading' Orders would be to:-



(a) introduce waiting restrictions operating:-



(i) "at any time" or between the hours of 11.00am to 3.00pm Mondays to Fridays in the streets or lengths of streets specified in Schedule 1 to this Notice;



(ii) "at any time" in the lengths of streets specified in Schedule 2 to this Notice; and



(b) remove the waiting restrictions in Northernhay Walk, the westernmost arm, the west side, from a point 1 metre north of a point opposite the common boundary of Nos. 14 and 15 Northernhay Walk southward for distance of 5 metres.



5. A copy of each of the proposed Orders and other documents giving more detailed particulars of the Orders, including a plan which indicates the lengths of streets to which the Orders relate can be inspected Monday to Friday during normal office hours at Merton Link, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, Surrey.



6. Any person desiring to comment on the proposed Orders should send a statement in writing of their representations or objections and the grounds thereof, to the Environment and Regeneration Department at the Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, Surrey, SM4 5DX, or alternatively by email to

trafficandhighways@merton.gov.uk

quoting reference ES/CH, no later than 31 May 2019.



Dated 10 May 2019.

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SCHEDULE 1

Arundel Avenue

Leamington Avenue, between its junction with Arundel Avenue and its junction with Mossville Gardens Maycross Avenue Mossville Gardens Woodland Way

SCHEDULE 2

Ashridge Way

(a) the west side,



(i) from its junction with Martin Way southward to a point 4 metres south of the common boundary of Dunelm and Derwent, Ashridge Way;



(ii) from a point 5.5 metres south of the common boundary of Nos. 8 and 10 Ashridge Way southward to a point 6 metres south of the common boundary Nos. 26 and 28 Ashridge Way;



(b) the east side,



(i) from the southern kerb-line of Martin Way southward for a distance of 12 metres;



(ii) from a point 1 metre north of a point opposite the common boundary of Dunelm and Derwent, Ashridge Way, southward to a point 5 metres south of the common boundary of Nos. 5 and 7 Ashridge Way;



(iii) from a point 7 metres south of the common boundary of Nos. 21 and 23 Ashridge Way southward to the common boundary of Nos. 33 and 35 Ashridge Way;



(iv) from a point 2 metres north of a point opposite the common boundary of Nos. 48 and 50 Ashridge Way southward for a distance of 6 metres.



Hillcross Avenue,

(a) the north side,



(i) from its junction with Links Avenue westward to its junction with Maycross Avenue;



(ii) from a point 2 metres east of the western building wall of No. 50 Hillcross Avenue westward for a distance of 6 metres;



(iii) from a point 5 metres east of the eastern building wall of No. 64 Hillcross Avenue westward for a distance of 7 metres;



(iv) from a point 2 metres east of the western building wall of No. 126 Hillcross Avenue westward for a distance of 5.5 metres;



(b) the south side,



(i) from its junction with Links Avenue westward to a point opposite the north-eastern kerb-line of Maycross Avenue;



(ii) from a point 2 metres east of the western building wall of No. 71 Hillcross Avenue westward for a distance of 5 metres;



(iii) from a point 4 metres east of the eastern building wall of No. 85 Hillcross Avenue westward for a distance of 5 metres;



(iv) from the common boundary of Nos. 181 and 183 Hillcross Avenue westward to the eastern kerb-line of the access road to Copse Cottage and Park View.



Leamington Avenue

(a) the north side,



(i) from the western kerb-line of Westcroft Gardens westward to a point 4 metres east of a point opposite the common boundary of Nos. 98 and 100 Leamington Avenue;



(ii) from a point 10 metres west of a point opposite the common boundary of Nos. 70 and 72 Leamington Avenue westward for a distance of 6 metres;



(iii) from the eastern kerb-line of Ashridge Way eastward to the common boundary of Nos. 65 and 67 Leamington Avenue;



(b) the south side,



(i) from its junction with Monkleigh Road eastward to a point 12 metres east of the common boundary of Nos. 98 and 100 Leamington Avenue;



(ii) from the common boundary of Nos. 86 and 88 Leamington Avenue eastward to the common boundary of Nos. 70 and 72 Leamington Avenue;



(iii) from a point 5.5 metres east of the common boundary of Nos. 70 and 72 Leamington Avenue eastward for a distance of 5 metres;



(iv) from the common boundary of Nos. 66 and 68 Leamington Avenue eastward to tis junction with Ashridge Way.



Links Avenue

both sides, from a point 13 metres west of the western boundary of No. 47

Links Avenue westward to its junction with Hillcross Avenue.

Martin Way

(a) the south side,

(i) from a point 21 metres west of the western kerb-line of Westcroft Gardens eastward to a point 14 metres east of the eastern kerb-line of Westcroft Gardens;



(ii) from a point 12 metres west of the western kerb-line of Ashridge Way eastward to a point 14 metres east of the eastern kerb-line of Ashridge Way.



Monkleigh Road

(a) the east and north-east side,

(i) from the common boundary of Nos. 9 and 11 Monkleigh Road south­eastward to a point 2 metres north-west of the common boundary of Nos. 25 and 27 Monkleigh Road;



(ii) from a point 3 metres south-east of the common boundary of Nos. 25 and 27 Monkleigh Road south-eastward to a point 2.5 metres north­west of the common boundary of Nos. 41 and 43 Monkleigh Road;



PAUL MCGARRY Head of futureMerton London Borough of Merton

Telephone: 020 8274 4901

Merton Civic Centre London Road, Morden Surrey SM4 5DX

Attachments

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London Borough of Merton

Merton Civic Centre , London Road , Morden , SM4 5DX

http://www.merton.gov.uk/ 020 8274 4901

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