Parking Revenue

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Dear Lewisham Borough Council,

Freedom of Information request

I should like to request the following information.

Figures for parking related income for the past three financial years together with projections for the current financial year.

As well as the total revenue figures I would like to see the figures for each related income stream for each of the above years including but not restricted to:-

General parking revenue: Meters, Car Parks, Parking voucher schemes etc

Revenue from Residents parking schemes Residents charges and Visitors charges(if Applicable)

Enforcement revenue: Parking fines (if possible it would be good to see origin of revenue eg nature of offence)

Please also supply details of each public consultation undertaken on the introduction of new residents parking zones and the results and conclusions of each consultation together with the action taken as a result. Please note that I am not asking for details of individual submissions, simply the final analysis of the responses and the conclusions drawn

It would be helpful if you were to provide any brief notes which might be necessary to understand the context of the information provided, although I recognise that you are not obliged to do this.

If the information requested contains sections of confidential information, please blank out or remove these sections, and mark clearly that they have been removed.

Thank you for your help.

Yours faithfully,

Mark Williams

Foi, Lewisham Borough Council

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Re: Freedom of Information Act 2000
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Adrien, Matthew, Lewisham Borough Council

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Dear Mr Williams
Re: Freedom of Information Act 2000
Reference No : 197988
Thank you for your recent request. We enclose the following information.
 
INFORMATION
 
I should like to request the following information.
 
Figures for parking related income for the past three financial years
together with projections for the current financial year.
 
As well as the total revenue figures I would like to see the figures for
each related income stream for each of the above years
including but not restricted to:-
 
General parking revenue: Meters, Car Parks, Parking voucher schemes etc.
 
Revenue from Residents parking schemes Residents charges and Visitors
charges (if Applicable).
 
Enforcement revenue: Parking fines (if possible it would be good to see
origin of revenue eg nature of offence).
 

+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| | | | |Outturn for|
|  |2009/10 |2010/11 |2011/12 |2012/13 |
| | | | |(estimated)|
|----------------------------------------------------------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-----------|
|General parking revenue: Meters, Car Parks, Parking voucher schemes |£2,992,097.54|£2,204,477.18|£2,695,251.51|£2.4m |
|etc | | | | |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-----------|
|Revenue from Residents parking schemes Residents charges and Visitors | | | | |
|charges (if | | | | |
|Applicable)                                                  Figures |£1,559,306.34|£1,209,812.89|£1,767,556.55|£1.9m |
|provided include all permit types (staff, business, resident etc) as | | | | |
|the income for these is not recorded separately. | | | | |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-----------|
|Enforcement revenue: Parking fines (if possible it would be good to |£3,348,266.77|£2,770,866.03|£3,237,247.96|£3.6m |
|see origin of revenue eg nature of offence) | | | | |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

 
 
Please also supply details of each public consultation undertaken on the
introduction of new residents parking zones and the results and
conclusions of each consultation together with the action taken as a
result. Please note that I am not asking for details of individual
submissions, simply the final analysis of the responses and the
conclusions drawn
 
Attached are the result tables and reports for the CPZ consultations under
the prudential borrowing programme.  It should be noted that all schemes
that went to Statutory Consultation were implemented.  The only two scheme
consultations that did not result in parking controls being implemented
were Mountsfield Park and the Hither Green West CPZ extension (2005).
 
 
 
 
We hope you will find this information helpful.
You have a right of appeal against this response. If you wish to appeal
you must do so in writing to the Corporate Information Manager at the
following address:
Corporate Information Team
London Borough of Lewisham
1^st Flr, Town Hall Chambers
London, SE6 4RY
or
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Yours Sincerely
 
 
Matthew Adrien
Casework Manager
Regeneration Casework Team
Email: [email address]
 
 
 
 
 
 

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