Parking Strategy Consultation

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Southend Borough Council is pleased to invite the public to share their opinions on the first parking strategy to be implemented within the Borough. Before being fully adopted, it is important that the Council has views of as many residents and businesses as possible to enable the Council to provide a fair and consistent approach to the way in which parking is managed.

The draft Parking Strategy document, which can be found on the right hand side of this panel, proposes an overarching aim and objectives which will form the basis of the Council’s approach to parking in the borough for new and existing parking schemes. The Council wants you to have Your Say on this proposal, in addition to sharing thoughts on priorities that affect parking, travel and roads, such as public health and climate change.

Climate change is a big challenge for Southend. 72 percent of CO2 emissions is from road transport which equated to 156 kt (3kt per person) in 2018. This is why the Council has declared a climate emergency and set the challenge to achieve net zero carbon by 2030.

Comments and views made at this stage will help shape the final Parking Strategy document.

**Consultation closes at 5pm on 2nd December 2021.**

To read about how the Council handles your data please visit our Privacy notice: Southend-on-Sea Borough Council Privacy Notice

Southend Borough Council is pleased to invite the public to share their opinions on the first parking strategy to be implemented within the Borough. Before being fully adopted, it is important that the Council has views of as many residents and businesses as possible to enable the Council to provide a fair and consistent approach to the way in which parking is managed.

The draft Parking Strategy document, which can be found on the right hand side of this panel, proposes an overarching aim and objectives which will form the basis of the Council’s approach to parking in the borough for new and existing parking schemes. The Council wants you to have Your Say on this proposal, in addition to sharing thoughts on priorities that affect parking, travel and roads, such as public health and climate change.

Climate change is a big challenge for Southend. 72 percent of CO2 emissions is from road transport which equated to 156 kt (3kt per person) in 2018. This is why the Council has declared a climate emergency and set the challenge to achieve net zero carbon by 2030.

Comments and views made at this stage will help shape the final Parking Strategy document.

**Consultation closes at 5pm on 2nd December 2021.**

To read about how the Council handles your data please visit our Privacy notice: Southend-on-Sea Borough Council Privacy Notice

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Car park on the seafrontHelp Southend-On-Sea Borough Council to create a Parking Strategy that is fit for purpose and addresses the issues felt by residents and businesses across the town. If you have other comments that you feel have not been captured by this survey, remember you can use the 'Ideas' tool on the main page to submit any other comments or suggestions for the strategy you may have. 

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