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Spurs Event Day parking restrictions on estates

In September, Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) will open their new stadium. A number of resident groups are concerned this will cause parking problems, so we would like to know if you feel we should introduce new parking rules on estates.

New Event Day parking rules

In order to prevent abuse of parking on estates we are introducing event day controls which can operate any day of the week. We are also extending the operating hours to ensure restrictions cover events that may start and finish later.

The new rules will only operate when there is an event at the stadium. At all other times the normal estate controlled parking scheme rules will apply.

 

Current parking restrictions

 

New parking restrictions

 

 

Normal day

Event/Match day

Normal day

Event/Match day

Mon – Fri

8am - 6pm

8am - 8pm

8am - 6pm

8am - 10pm

Sat

8am - 6pm

8am - 6pm

8am - 6pm

8am - 10pm

Sun

None

None

None

8am - 10pm

Consultation

In order to prevent abuse of our visitor permits and disabled parking bays, and other parking problems that may arise on event days, we propose to introduce additional new rules to the estate controlled parking scheme that already operates on your estate. These proposals are listed below.

We will only bring in the proposed rules if the majority of respondents are in favour. It is therefore very important that you let us know what you think we should do.

Proposed additional changes to estate controlled parking scheme:

  1. Suspend the Disabled “blue badge” scheme on event days and offer a specific permit to disabled residents. We know holders of blue badges have used our estates to park when attending the stadium, taking all of the parking meant for our disabled residents. We hope this rule will ensure that disabled residents get to use the parking meant for them.

  2. Suspend the visitor scratch card scheme on event days for one hour before an event. Unfortunately, a small number of residents sell visitor scratch cards to people attending the stadium. By suspending the scheme for one hour we can allow you to receive visitors and stop this practice. We will also continue to offer specific carers permits for residents who have a regular person coming to their home to help them.

Whether or not the additional measures are approved, we will not pass on any costs to residents for running our estate controlled parking schemes, nor will we charge for resident or visitor parking permits.

Please fill out Filethe attached questionnaire and email it to Estate.Parking@homesforharingey.org or post it to the Parking & Projects team, 2nd floor 48 Station Rd, Wood Green, London N22 7TY by Friday 24 August 2018.

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Page Last Updated:

6 August 2018