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   Colchester Borough Council intend to introduce car parking charges in Dedham    June 19, 2013

 

Read on for more detail. A copy of the article for the parish magazine, and a copy of the the CBC document 'A parking strategy for Dedham' can be found on Parish Council, Document Archive, Parking proposals from CBC. PR         

 

PROPOSED CHANGES TO CAR PARKING ARRANGEMENTS IN DEDHAM

 

Dedham Parish Council has received proposals from Colchester Borough Council to introduce car parking charges in the two public car parks in Dedham that are owned by them, namely the Mill Lane and Duck Pond car parks.   The proposed timescale for implementation is the summer of 2013.

 

The above decision was reported to DPC at its meeting on l0th June 2013 and it was agreed that we should publish details of these proposals to the Village and to consult both residents, traders and businesses about this development.   Accordingly, the following documents are available on the Parish Council website at www.dedhamparishcouncil.org.uk

 

  • An Executive Summary of the proposals received from CBC

 

  • A copy of the entry on this topic for the July Parish Magazine

 

  • A Parking Strategy for Dedham (full report – when final version received from CBC)

 

In  addition the following arrangements have been made for public consultation:

 

  • A specific item will be placed on the Agenda of the July meeting of the Parish Council to be held on Monday, 8th July commencing at 7.30 pm.   Time will be specifically allocated to listen to views from members of the public.

 

  • An extraordinary Meeting of the Parish Council will be held on Monday, 22nd July commencing at 7.30 pm in THE PARISH COUNCIL ASSEMBLY ROOMS.   This special meeting will be attended by Cllr.Hunt and Officers from CBC and Ward Cllr. Mark Cable.   CBC will be presenting their proposals and both DPC and members of the public will be able to ask questions and/or make comments.   DPC will then consider whether it wishes to make any consequential recommendations.

 

Any member of the public who does not have access to the Parish Council website may request a copy of any of the above documents from me directly by telephone on 01255 871483.   The Agendas for both the above meetings will be posted on the Parish Council noticeboards as usual.

 

 

Clerk to Council.

Date posted 19/06/13.

 

 

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