CAR PARKING IN COOKHAM VILLAGE
A Planning Application has now been submitted by the Royal Borough to build a car park on Marsh Meadow. Below is a consultation document that has been distributed to people living in Cookham Village for their comments.
The Royal Borough have asked us to let you know that you can obtain a hard copy of the document from
Please feel free to make your comments on the Chat or Discussion Forums. The Parish Council may even take a look at them. If you wish to write to the Borough Council regarding the Planning Application, send your letter to:
Roger Tuffley, Director Planning and Environment, RBWM, St Ives Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 1RF E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
NB Unfortunately the actual maps of the proposed parking changes cannot be reproduced on our website as they are Crown copyright.
Our aims are to enhance the appearance of Cookham Moor and
to improve on-and off-street parking provision for residents, businesses and
visitors. Two important aspects of the revised package are the reduction in the capacity of the car park from 162 to
90 spaces, and the proposal to introduce residents parking in the High Street and School Lane
if the car park goes ahead.
Exclusive bays that can be used only by resident permit holders during the day.
Disabled Badge Holders
for disabled badge holders would operate i.e. a maximum three hour stay on single and double yellow
lines (except where loading prohibitions apply) in accordance with the national
scheme. Disabled badges would not be valid in exclusive residents parking bays unless a residents permit was also
held, but would be valid in shared bays. Existing disabled bays in High Street would be retained.
The Council has submitted a planning application for the car
park. The full plans can be viewed at
give us your views by completing the questionnaire
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