CPZ 2010

Aug 302016
 
2010 | CPZ in the news

last updated 17.11.10 Doctors in the borough will no longer pay £45 a year for a parking space, but will instead each have to shell out £240 for a permit to bring them in line with the charges other businesses face. Cabinet member Dilek Dogus backed the plans, saying: “I think it’s only right the Read More…

Aug 302016
 
2007-2009 | CPZ in the news

2009 10.12.2009 | Hornsey Journal Pressuree mounts for CPZ review CAMPAIGNERS are calling for a review on a controlled parking zone (CPZ) – saying jammed roads are driving residents round the bend. Councillors in Stroud Green have urged parking bosses to carry out a promised review insisting motorists in roads outside the Finsbury Park CPZ Read More…

Aug 302016
 
CPZ - Follow the money

Updated 6.3.11 Haringey figures on Parking and enforcement don’t add up Discrepancies found compering Haringey annual reports published in 2010 and Haringey response to FOI Feb 2011 On the 28 December 2010 Haringey was presented with a FOI requesting information on:“Parking Profits and Disposition – Charges + Penalties – Onstreet + Offstreet – 1991 to Read More…

Aug 292016
 
CPZ - Green or Greed

last updated 2.9.16 Photograph By Alan Stanton Haringey’s Consultation notices on Changing CPZ permit charges to a CO2 emissions charges 2007. Parking Charges based on CO2 emissions 2007 – Haringey announced Parking charges are set to rise As the CPZ consultation of 2006 reached the end of Phase 3, Haringey got the cat out of the Read More…

Aug 292016
 

2016 Here we are, 10 years on from the first attempt of Haringey council to introduce a CPZ into the west side of the borough and true to form the spread and cost of CPZ – keep going up and up, despite knowingly running a huge budgetary surplus – Haringey annual parking and traffic enforcement 2014-2015 reports “Excess Read More…

Aug 292016
 
CPZ - in Haringey

First Published in 2006 | lat updated 31.8.2016 Why do we need controlled parking zones in Haringey? Maybe the right question here is not WHY do we need CPZ, but rather DO we need it all. The answer is not simple and depending who you ask different points of views will emerge… Reading on Haringey Website Read More…