Healthy Streets Penzance – Disabled Parking Consultation

4th April 2022 in Local News, Penzance

Have your say on new proposed Disabled Parking Bays as part of the Healthy Streets Penzance Scheme

What’s being proposed?

Cormac Solutions Ltd on behalf of Cornwall Council is inviting comments on a proposal to introduce new disabled parking bays and a loading bay in Penzance.

Following the decision to make the Pedestrian and Cycle zone experimental Traffic Regulation Order (ETRO) on Market Jew Street permanent, further mitigation measures are being put into place for visitors to the town with limited mobility. A number of locations have been identified where additional disabled parking bays could be located in order to improve access into Market Jew Street.

New disabled parking bays are being proposed on the following streets:

  • Market Jew Street (lower section between Station Road and Albert Street)
  • Albert Street
  • Jennings Street
  • Market Place
  • Princes Street
  • Clarence Street
  • Morrab Road

In addition, a new loading bay is also being proposed on Clarence Street.

How can I respond to the consultation?

You can respond online (you will need to create an account with Cornwall Council):

You can respond by email to the Engineering Design Group on [email protected], quoting ‘EDG1865: Healthy Streets Penzance’, and indicate your support or objection to the proposals.

You can respond in writing using this Consultation Response Form:

(If you require this form in a different format please contact Morwenna McDonald:

Tel: 01872 327281
Email: [email protected])

Closing date for all responses is Thursday 21 April 2022.

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