Category: Haslemere Parking

Chestnut Avenue Car Park 12 month review on agenda for next week’s @WaverleyBC’s Executive meeting

The Waverley Borough Council Executive meets next week on 5th November. Here is the agenda. Item 14: STATION LANE AND CHESTNUT AVENUE CAR PARKS – 12 MONTH REVIEW At its meeting of 2 October 2012 the Executive received a report…

Deadline to speak at Wey Hill car park inquiry is next Friday

Front page article in this week’s Haslemere Herald, Car park inquiry deadline looms PEOPLE opposed to Wey Hill fairground becoming a permanent pay-and-display car park must notify the planning inspectorate by next Friday if they want to speak at the…

Parking permits take-up poor

An article in this week’s Haslemere Herald, Parking permits take-up poor. JUST one person has taken up a £50 parking permit scheme for Haslemere’s High Street car park. The trial scheme, set up to run for 12 months initially, allows…

Please have a say in the future of Haslemere cc @HaslemereVision

Under new localism powers, Haslemere Vision has been set up to act as a forum consisting of the members of the community of Haslemere and surrounding villages to decide how the future of Haslemere and surrounding villages will be shaped.…

Parking for new developments on agenda of @WaverleyBC Executive last night

At the last night’s Waverley Borough Council Executive, parking for new developments was on the agenda: WBC Exec 11_Parking_Guidelines 01 10 2013. In WBC’s consultation (WBC_12_Parking_Guidelines_annexe_1_10_2013), one Farnham resident wrote this: What is the point of your asking residents of…

Eric Pickles attacks councils putting motorists off high streets via @Telegraph

In today’s Telegraph: Eric Pickles attacks councils putting motorists off high streets Mr Pickles, the Communities and Local Government Secretary, said that “draconian” parking policies and pointless “street clutter” have led to motorists abandoning town centres. He is calling on…