Proposed amendments to parking restrictions in Welwyn Garden City car parks
To facilitate the changeover of payment method (from pay on foot to pay and display) in Hunters Bridge, Campus East Upper and Lower, Campus West and Cherry Tree car parks, the following legal documents were advertised on Wednesday 14th August 2019. Also included in the amendment to our legal documents, a proposed change in charging hours, so on weekdays charging is until 6pm instead of the current 7pm, and on Sundays 5pm instead of 5:30pm.
Notice of Intent published on 14th August 2019 showing the details of Amendment for the car parks
Draft Traffic Regulation Order for Car Park Amendment, advertised August 2019
Statement of Reasons for Car Park Amendment, advertised August 2019
Following the resurfacing of Campus West car park and the installation of tree pits to protect the tree roots, the layout of the car park was changed to make better use of the available space. The disabled bays were moved closer to the Campus West building, some additional bays were created and the boundary of the public parking area was extended around the back of the building. Two bays were removed to aid traffic flow around the car park.
During this process it was noted that the position of the car park on Ordnance Survey map did not match the site. This delayed the creation of the amendments until a new site survey could be completed. The survey was recently completed and a draft legal document was prepared. The document was sealed in July 2019 under delegated authority and was published in Welwyn Hatfield Times on 3rd July 2019
Sealed Traffic Regulation Order for Campus West Car Park Amendment, sealed in July 2019, and effective Monday 15th July 2019
Delegated Authority Order for Campus West Car Park Amendment Traffic Regulation Order, after no objections were lodged against the amendment. Published in July 2019
Notification of the formal consultation for Campus West car park 1st May 2019. This document contains the Statement of Reasons, Notice of Proposal, plans and the Draft Amendment Order