MP for Hornsey and Wood Green
Local Liberal Democrats have launched a parking survey on the internet to gain further views from local residents.
Last month Stroud Green councillors began their door-to-door survey in response to news that Haringey Council were delaying plans to review the Finsbury Park Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) until at least 2010. Liberal Democrats hope that the online survey will reach out further to get more people to respond in a quick and easy way.
Residents in Stroud Green ward who would like to take part in the survey can participate at http://survey.libdems.org.uk/take/611.
Cllr Richard Wilson (Stroud Green) comments:
“We hope that by launching our parking survey online we will be able to reach out further to the local residents of Stroud Green who have been let down by Haringey Council. For years they have been promised a review of the local CPZ, but Haringey Council will take no action until at least next year. Now that we have the Crouch End CPZ it is even more urgent that Haringey Council acts to help residents in Stroud Green who have parking problems.
“I hope that local residents will take part in our survey so we can show the Council the support we have for action now.”
Lynne Featherstone MP adds:
“This is another great example of how local Liberal Democrats are leading the way with new technology, and helping local residents raise their voice in the consultation void left by Haringey Council.With Stroud Green residents getting this excellent chance to express their parking worries, Haringey Council will soon have to sit up and listen.”