Consultation on parking in your area - Sheringham and Cromer

Closed 30 Apr 2015

Opened 11 Jan 2015

Overview

Since the introduction of Civil Parking Enforcement in the County in November 2011, the control, oversight and enforcement of parking in the towns of Sheringham and Cromer has been carried out by The Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk on behalf of Norfolk County Council.

Why We Are Consulting

North Norfolk District Council and Norfolk County Council have received many complaints concerning parking within the town centre and neighbouring residential areas.  As a result, we are now undertaking consultation to seek your views on the parking situation within your street, and to understand whether you would like the Council to introduce parking restrictions in the area.   

Please complete the questionnaire by no later than Thursday 30 April 2015.  This is your opportunity to tell us your views, and we will consider your comments very carefully. 

Due to the number of people being consulted we are unable to respond individually to comments or correspondence received as part of the consultation.

If you have any questions about the survey please call Norfolk County Council on telephone 0344 800 8020.

What Happens Next

We anticipate carrying out a second stage of consultation during late Spring if this first stage results in proposals to introduce parking controls in Cromer. 

Areas

  • Cromer
  • Sheringham

Audiences

  • Asylum seekers and refugees
  • Black and minority ethnic people
  • Carers
  • Children
  • Council tenants
  • Councillors MPs MEPs
  • Expert stakeholders
  • LGBT - Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people
  • General public
  • Gypsies or travellers
  • Internet users
  • Men
  • Non-users of services
  • Older people
  • Parents and carers and guardians
  • Patients
  • Disabled people
  • People with learning disabilities
  • Women
  • All residents
  • People who use our services
  • Young people
  • Businesses
  • Central Government
  • Citizens Panel
  • Community groups and organisations
  • E panel
  • Faith groups
  • Voluntary groups and organisations
  • Schools
  • Town and Parish Councils
  • District councils
  • Police
  • Clinical Commissioning Groups
  • NHS
  • Arts organisations and forums

Interests

  • Planning
  • Traffic and transportation