Residents who want to park in a resident permit parking area will need to pay £40 to park their first car, £150 for the second, and residents have no guarantee that parking will be available. As RBC state in their letter that will be sent to households in the affected streets:
A resident parking permit will typically allow parking by a specific vehicle within a zone area. A permit does not guarantee a parking space outside the permit holder’s property, nor does it guarantee that a parking space will be available at all times within the zone area.
From 1 October 2019, the first permit for a household is issued at the cost of £40. A charge of £150 is made for a second permit.
Maps of the areas can be found online.
The public consultations are open until Sunday 27 October and the proposed resident parking schemes will be discussed at a future traffic management sub-committee.
The roads affected are:
- Katesgrove area