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Controlled Parking Zone Review

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Friday 13 November 2009 6.57pm
Southwark Council are currently conducting a CPZ review of two roads in Shad Thames and need residents views to ensure the parking controls are working and meeting your needs.

The roads under review are:

- Curlew Street
- Queen Elizabeth Street

Please visit www.ShadThames.org for more details

Regards

Julian Griffiths
Sunday 6 December 2009 4.01pm
The review of CPZ F (London Bridge) and CPZ G (Bermondsey) will be considered at Bermondsey Community Council this week.

Affected streets:

- Barnham Street
- Druid Street
- Holyrood Street
- Magdalen Street
- Potters Fields
- Shand Street
- Bermondsey Street
- Lamb Walk
- Leathermarket Street
- Morocco Street
- Tanner Street
- White's Grounds
- Bermondsey Wall East
- Bevington Street
- Scott Lidgett Crescent
- Curlew Street
- Dockhead
- Drummond Road
- Clements Road
- Kipling Street
- Long Lane
- Queen Elizabeth Street
- Southwark Park Road

Officers' report is here:
http://moderngov.southwarksites.com/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=6513

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Monday 7 December 2009 2.40pm
does anyone know how we, residents of the area, can have our opinions heard at this meeting?

It looks like there are completely missing the point with the parking around Bermondsey Street.
Monday 7 December 2009 2.57pm
Email your councillors or go along and talk to them at the meeting - Tuesday 7pm at City of London Academy in Lynton Road.

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Monday 7 December 2009 3.14pm
thanks James

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