Bishopston and St Andrews Parking Survey

Closed 6 Jan 2020

Opened 21 Nov 2019

Feedback Updated 21 Oct 2020

We Asked

The council was contacted by people living and working in Bishopston and St Andrews (parts of Redland, Ashley and Bishopston and Ashley Down wards) requesting extra parking controls to solve problems they experience with parking.

We are committed to listening to people’s views, and therefore wanted to hear your thoughts to help us decide if any parking changes are needed and would be supported more widely.
 
Why are we asking for your views now?

The council’s position is that there needs to be overwhelming support for a Residents’ Parking Scheme (RPS) in a community before a new RPS could be considered.
 
The council has undertaken a follow-up survey of all citizens, businesses and other stakeholders in the area shown in the map to gauge if the views we have received so far are representative of wider concerns in the area and, in the case of RPS, if there is evidence of overwhelming support in part or all of the survey area.

You Said

In the Bishopston and St Andrews survey area responses were received from 1,282 properties, out of 3,315 properties in the survey area.

1,618 responses were received in total from the 1,282 properties (there was more than one response from many households).

  • 70% of those responding  were in favour of Junction Protection
  • 60% of those responding were in favour of a Residents Parking Scheme

A summary of the results is available here.

We Did

Overview

The council has been contacted by people living and working in Bishopston and St Andrews (parts of Redland, Ashley and Bishopston and Ashley Down wards) requesting extra parking controls to solve problems they experience with parking.
 
We are committed to listening to people’s views, and therefore want to hear your thoughts to help us decide if any parking changes are needed and would be supported more widely.
 
A traffic and parking report prepared by Bishopston and St Andrews Traffic and Parking Group (BOSA) in autumn 2018 provided helpful information on the views of some members of the community who have attended meetings and responded to a community-led survey and other informal conversations. The survey asked people what, if any, parking and road safety issues are a problem in their area and also asked if they would support the possibility of a new Residents’ Parking Scheme in their area. We are grateful to everyone who gave their views.

Why are we asking for your views now?

The council’s position is that there needs to be overwhelming support for a Residents’ Parking Scheme (RPS) in a community before a new RPS could be considered.
 
The council is undertaking a follow-up survey of all citizens, businesses and other stakeholders in the area shown in the map to gauge if the views we have received so far are representative of wider concerns in the area and, in the case of RPS, if there is evidence of overwhelming support in part or all of the survey area.

Areas

  • Bishopston and Ashley Down

Audiences

  • All residents
  • Business

Interests

  • Traffic and transportation