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For more than ten years the way that parking is managed on Stockwell Park has remained static, including the cost of permits. SW9 Community Housing is therefore proposing a series of changes to ensure this is fit for the future.

The proposed changes are:

  • To move all resident parking from the streets into non-street, securely-gated parking (including new pricing).
  • Changes to restricted hours (including new pricing).
  • Changes to visitor parking prices.

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Moving all resident parking into non-street, securely-gated parking (including new pricing)

SW9 believe that moving all resident parking from the streets into non-street, securely-gated parking would offer the following benefits:

  • Secure and guaranteed car park spaces with remote devices to gain access.
  • Reduced car insurance premiums.
  • Increased prevention from vandalism and theft (as some securely-gated parking has CCTV).
  • Greater on-street parking for visitors.
  • Smoother access to the estate for emergency services.
  • Easy access for Council refuse collection vehicles.
  • An improved environment for pedestrians (including the additions of planters).
  • Potential space for skip hire when required.

The initial aim would be to provide three separate categories – Gold, Silver and Bronze – with individual price points, plus a service charge for regular deep cleaning. These categories may be reduced to Gold and Silver over time, following further consultation.

Gold

£10 per week

(plus service charge TBC)

 

Under croft space with remote access plus two benefits: improved lighting, communal electric charger, CCTV, painted

 

Silver

£7.50 per week

(plus service charge TBC)

 

Under croft space with remote access plus one benefit: improved lighting, communal electric charger, CCTV, painted

Bronze

£5.00 per week

(plus service charge TBC)

 

Under croft space (without remote access) only

 

Barrett House (when refurbished)

Lambert House

Fitzgerald House

Bedwell House                 

 

Crowhurst House (until refurbished)

Robsart Street                    

 

Chute House (until refurbished)

Burrow House

 

 

Crowhurst House (after refurbishment)

 

 

Chute House (after refurbishment)

 

 

Please note that Thrayle House residents would pay service charges only and the amount will be confirmed closer to the time.

Changes to restricted hours

Parking on Stockwell Park is currently restricted during the following hours:

  • Monday to Friday: 8am – 8pm
  • Saturday: 8am – 2pm

 In order to ensure that local parking is controlled in a manner that enhances the local environment, we are currently proposing to change these hours to:  

  • Monday to Friday: 8am – 12 midnight
  • Saturday: 10am – 4pm

Visitor parking charges

SW9 is currently proposing to change visitor parking charges on Stockwell Park to:

  • £3 for 6 hours   
  • £5 for 12 hours

It is also anticipated that annual increases to visitor car parking charges would take place.

Please note: Street parking charges will be increasing from £3.46 to £4.46 per week from December 2021.

Alternatives

Did you know that Lambeth Council offer garages at £36 per week for both non-council tenants and homeowners? To explore your options, please call Lambeth Council on 0207 926 0820 or 0207 926 6000.

As part of our work to bring about these changes, we would like to know your opinion. Please complete our survey by Friday 22 October 2021.

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