|Topic:||Proposal for new parking restrictions along the Bath Rd|
|Posted by:||Hazel Hardy|
|I live just on the borough boundary of Hounslow and Hammersmith and Fulham along the Bath Rd where it turns into Stamford Brook Rd.|
We as local residents have never been consulted regarding changes, adaptions to this particular area of road by any Council.
We have experienced parking issues for many years to do with the local Seventh Day Adventist Church and their patrons not only parking in our road off Bath Rd where no Traffic Warden will ticket these people because we have been told it is a sensitive matter but our locsl residents have been ticketed just for parking for 5 mins to drop shopping off outside their houses.
We have petitioned and shown the disrespect these people have for the local residents and area as they park where they like for as long as they like whenever they use the church.
Most parishioners are not local to this area and some even come in mini buses from Luton.
We have photographic evidence of their disrespect of parking over people driveways, garage openings on double red and yellow lines we have even had local residents assaulted by these people which one case went to court.
The fact is people are saying it's The Arts Ed which may be the case at that end of Bath Rd but at our lower end and all along Bath Rd especially on a Saturday when the church usually gets its highest attendance we have had accidents happen, near misses because of thus church. We as local residents opposed the new scheme for rebuilding thus church to increase its size and the local councilors approved it!
Buses have problems even getting through on a busy day which impacts on the flow of traffic. On a Saturday since the church has been closed for refurbishments? Our end of Bath Rd and surrounding street have been peaceful and passable why is the Council not looking at the bigger picture and also public consultation?
As election time is upon us we urge you as local residents to this area to petition these councilors do the people's voice not count anymore? And no it is not down to racism as the church likes to make out its call respect for the local neighbourhood and its residents who live and pay Council Tax to live a safe and peaceful harmonious life on and around Bath Rd
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Proposal for new parking restrictions along the Bath Rd||25/04/15 11:00:00||Hazel Hardy|
|Re:Proposal for new parking restrictions along the Bath Rd||25/04/15 12:20:00||Elizabeth Ross|
|Re:Re:Proposal for new parking restrictions along the Bath Rd||25/04/15 14:15:00||David Marles|
|Re:Re:Re:Proposal for new parking restrictions along the Bath Rd||25/04/15 15:58:00||Carl Wynne|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Proposal for new parking restrictions along the Bath Rd||25/04/15 16:08:00||Hazel Hardy|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Proposal for new parking restrictions along the Bath Rd||25/04/15 17:59:00||David Marles|