Parking survey results now in….
The NPDG recently asked you the local residents, to respond to a local parking survey with the aim of using the results to influence the Royal Borough with respect to parking standards for new housing developments. The response to the survey was excellent with over 500 local residents giving their views. The results can be viewed here.
These results will now be submitted to the Royal Borough with particular emphasis on some of the key points, namely:
- Recognition of how people use their garages and how many do or do not park their cars in a garage
- The number of visitor vehicles which adds to the overall traffic congestion
- The increased number of delivery vehicles in the area, probably due to the changing nature of shopping
- Residents’ views on how far people are prepared to walk to a station or shops
- Residents’ views on how many parking spaces should be included in new residential developments, based on the number of bedrooms
The NPDG thanks all the residents who participated in the survey.
Residential Parking Survey for Ascot, Sunninghill and Sunningdale November 2016
On-street parking on residential streets in our area is a major contributor to the challenges of addressing local traffic congestion and the desire to protect the character of our area – two of the priorities identified as most important by local residents when we produced our Neighbourhood Plan for Ascot, Sunninghill and Sunningdale.
We’re conducting a survey to find out more about current house-related parking and what local residents think should be the standard for new residential development. We will then use this as supporting evidence to try to influence the Royal Borough with respect to parking standards for new housing development.
Please click here to complete the survey online. CLOSING DATE IS FRIDAY 9th DECEMBER 2016.
The results from this survey will be posted here as soon as they become available.Open meeting/workshop Wednesday 2nd July 2014
An open meeting and workshop was held at Ascot Racecourse on the 2nd July at which the aims of the A, S & S NP Delivery Group were discussed and people had an opportunity to find out more about the various Projects the NP Delivery Group is aiming to drive forward.
Over 60 people attended and many signed up to hear more about the various Projects.
Information about future consultations will be posted here as and when they take place.