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This is your opportunity to give us your views on the parking schemes that have been designed by Bucks Council in conjunction with The Ivers Parish Council, Iver Heath Residents’ Association, and Iver Village Residents’ Association

Introduction

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The Ivers Parish Council wish to consult with the community concerning two parking restriction schemes. We want to hear your views and we have put together a very short survey to assist you to tell us what you think.  If you do not wish to use the survey please contact us by writing to us or emailing, or phone us on the office number between 9 am and 2pm.  If you wish to speak to your local councillor let us know and we will pass on your message; remember to provide us with your preferred contact details.

Your Opinion Matters

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The proposals for Iver Heath

This scheme predominantly covers the retail area of Iver Heath and the A4007 Slough Road & Denham Road as well as some residential roads in that locality . It is made up of a mixture of ‘No waiting at anytime’, ‘Restricted waiting’, ‘No stopping on the main carriageway’, ‘Two wheel pavement parking’ bays and ‘Restricted permit and visitors parking’ zones. These are clearly indicated on the maps.

Maps showing Iver Heath proposals

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Iver Heath survey

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The proposals for Iver Village

This scheme predominantly covers the High Street and the start of adjacent roads along it. It is made up of a mixture of ‘No waiting at anytime’, ‘Restricted waiting’, ‘Two wheel pavement parking’ bays and ‘restricted permit and visitors parking’ zones. These are clearly indicated on the maps.

maps showing Iver Village proposals

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Iver Village Survey

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Why are we doing this consultation? Why are these changes being proposed? What happens next?

The purpose of the consultation is to gain your views and any concerns regarding these schemes. An Informal consultation means we gather views and opinions and share these ahead of a formal consultation that will be carried out by Buckinghamshire Council. Your views at this stage really matter.  The advantages of these schemes include:

  • Improved traffic flow in these areas
  • Remove long stay parking opportunities
  • Contribution to improving air quality
  • Eliminate parking on footpaths impeding pedestrians
  • Enable residents to fully utilise local shops
  • Support local retail businesses
  • Enable effective enforcement by Buckinghamshire Council

Following this period of informal consultation there will be a period of formal consultation arranged by Buckinghamshire Council for affected residents and following that, if there is majority acceptance of the schemes, they will be adopted.  Residents affected by the schemes will have the opportunity to have permits and visitor permits depending on the type of scheme implemented however we recommend that residents check on the Bucks Council site for the charges that relate to such schemes; we have added a link to the Bucks Parking page at the bottom of this webpage. More information about this will be explained during the formal consultation period which will be announced when planned.

The Parish Council are here to receive your views and opinions and address any questions you may have.  Please let us know what you think.  You can complete the surveys, e-mail your response to consultation@iverparishcouncil@gov.uk or write to us at 45B High Street, Iver, SL0 9ND

You view matters and the informal consultation period has been extended to 21 March 2021

 

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How to get in touch with us

Phone: 01753655331or your local councillor

Email: consultation@iverparishcouncil.gov.uk

Address: 45B High Street, Iver, Bucks SL0 9ND

How we will use your data

This survey is being undertaken by the Parish Council within the data privacy policy.  Any data we collect from you as part of this survey will only be used for the purposes of undertaking the survey.  No personal data will be published in the consultation process or results.