New double yellow lines and other restrictions on parking could soon be introduced in Rosslyn Crescent and Frognal Avenue depending on the outcome of a formal consultation.
The consultation is the second phase of a review of parking measures in the two roads, which started in November when residents were asked for their views on plans including a 24-hour CPZ.
Following the first consultation plans for the 24-hour CPZ were dropped as only 24 per cent of those surveyed were in favour.
However, all of the other proposals which include more double yellow lines, “no loading at any time” restrictions outside Harrow Mosque and a new loading space outside CostCutter, have gone through to the “statutory consultation” stage.
Residents have until May 8 to put forward any objections to the plans. Results of the consultation will be reported to the Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel in June.
All householders in Rosslyn and Frognal should have received consultation documents through their doors. For more information, or to comment on the plans, email email@example.com
You can see a report on the first consultation here.