Approaching Deadlines

Southwark Council are currently seeking our views / comments on three potential developments in Dulwich Village. The deadlines to submit your comments are fast approaching and residents are encouraged to make their views known.

20 Metre Telephone Mast

https://planning.southwark.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=S4MKOXKBKIZ00

If you have any comments to make please submit them by 8th January 2024. If your comments are received any later than this date, please be aware that the application may have already been determined. Comments received after this date but before a decision has been made will still be taken into consideration

Dulwich Village Phase 3 Design

https://consultations.southwark.gov.uk/environment-leisure/dulwich-village-phase-3-design/

Please click on the link above to complete the survey, which closes on Wednesday 17th January 2024

Proposed Dulwich Village CPZ (Controlled Parking Zone)

https://consultations.southwark.gov.uk/environment-leisure/option2-dulwichvillage-stage2-cpz/

Please click on the link above to complete the survey, which closes on Sunday 21st January 2024

There is a public consultation meeting being held on Wednesday 10th January (tomorrow) at Dulwich Library, 368 Lordship Lane, SE21 8NB. 6pm to 8pm

In addition to the above, you can speak to someone from the council at Dulwich Library, 368 Lordship Lane, SE21 8NB from 10am to 4pm on Thursday 11th January 2024

 

 

Comments

  1. Only two people turned up for the last consultation at Dulwich Library. Please recognise it may soon be too late to give your views whatever they are. From Chair Bridget

    1. Hi Bridget
      What is the format tonight? Is it a public meeting or simply a drop-in & chat thing. Former gives the chance to make a fuss in public. Latter just get platitudes back – so hardly worth the journey – esp since it is so hard to get there with Court Lane cut off

      1. I’m sorry Glenn I didn’t see your message but I saw you up at the Library – were you happy with the meeting?

  2. extract from HMG 2015 guidance on review of parking arrangements – including petitions to reconsider:

    https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/right-to-challenge-parking-policies

    Right to challenge parking policies

    The Traffic Management Act 2004 imposes an explicit duty on local authorities to manage their network so as to reduce congestion and disruption, and provides additional powers to do with parking. As a part of this Network Management Duty, local authorities need to develop parking strategies (covering on- and off-street parking) that are linked to local objectives and circumstances. Strategies need to take account of planning policies and transport powers as well as consider the needs of all road users in the area, the appropriate scale and type of provision, the balance between short and long term provision and the level of charges.
    However, parking strategies cannot simply be about restricting parking. They need to meet the best interests of road users, communities and businesses. Inappropriate parking rules, over-zealous enforcement and high parking charges drive people out of town centres, push up the cost of living, harm local shops and make it harder for people to park responsibly and go about their everyday lives.

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