Overall, 52% of households responded to the survey with 65% saying they do not want a CPZ and only 36.8% saying they would want a CPZ on their road if everyone else wanted one. Most people didn’t care about the stopping up of the rear of 141-143 St Margarets Road (49.4%) or about a car club (41.3%).
NOTE: Click on the pie chart for details on each question.
The following roads have clearly voted ‘YES’:
|St Peters Road||70%|
The following roads have clearly voted ‘NO’:
|Cole Park Road||72%|
|South Western Road||82%|
|St Georges Road||71%|
|St Margarets Drive||76%|
|St Margarets Road||74%|
The remaining roads are somewhere in between ( see graph on right ).
Charleville Mews, Cole Park View, Cranebank Mews, Drummond Place and Sussex Close did not respond to the survey.
The report will be the main business of a meeting of the Transport Consultative Group on Wednesday, 18 July 2007, starting at 6:30 pm in the Council Chamber, York House, Twickenham. Contact: Helen Jones, Environment Directorate 020 8891 7338, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
thanks to Chris Squire for the core of this post