Whether you live, visit or work in the Brentwood Borough – we want to hear your views on Council-owned off street car parks in Brentwood, Shenfield and Ingatestone as part our parking review.
The Council are carrying out the review to update our strategy for managing Council-owned off-street car parking in Brentwood, Shenfield and Ingatestone. We need to plan now for changes in future parking demand that will come from new development across the borough. The consultation will run from Wednesday 28th September until Monday 31st October 2016.
As well as the public consultation, the Council are seeking the views of key stakeholders like Essex Council, Ingatestone Parish Council, Brentwood Access Group, Brentwood Chamber of Commerce, Federation of Small Businesses, Brentwood Renaissance Group, South Essex Parking Partnership and the Shenfield Traders Group.
The Leader of Brentwood Borough Council, Councillor Louise McKinlay, said: “We are gathering as much information as we can to help us establish current levels of supply and demand for off-street parking in each of the three areas. We also want to engage with as many people as possible in order to build an accurate picture of the issues and opportunities for improving town centre car parking and ensuring they deliver the greatest positive impact for Brentwood.
“The aim is to produce a parking strategy and action plan with clearly defined objectives for improving the management of car parking and to identify a range of measures and policies for achieving those objectives.
“We’re keen to hear your views about council-owned parking provision within each of the three areas”.
To take part in the consultations, just visit our website from Wednesday at www.brentwood.gov.uk and have your say on car parks in: