Petition from Cheviot Road, Stanwix residents and subsequent papers and correspondence

Brian Wernham made this Freedom of Information request to Cumbria County Council

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Dear Cumbria County Council,

County Councillor Elizabeth Mallinson recently circulated literature to residents in the Stanwix Urban Division stating the following:

“The availability of residential parking has long been an issue of concern to residents in Stanwix. I received from residents in Cheviot Road a petition requesting action to tackle parking congestion and to free up additional spaces by extending the residents only parking scheme. As the County Councillor I have raised this with the Council. Presently work is being undertaken to assess the possibility of the scheme.”

a) The Petition: Please provide the wording, the number of signatures, the County Council official or Committee to whom it was submitted and the date

b) Please provide the minutes of all Committee Meetings where it was presented or discussed

c) Please can you provide related correspondence and reports/papers:
- related to this petiton
- related to residents' parking schemes in general in Stanwix Urban

Yours faithfully,

Brian Wernham

Information Governance, Cumbria County Council

Dear Brian Wernham 

Environmental Information Regulations 2004 Reference: FOI-13225-2022

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Dear Brian Wernham 

Environmental Information Regulations 2004, Reference: FOI-13225-2022

Please see attached for a response to your request for information.

Many thanks 

Information Governance Team
Corporate, Customer & Community | Cumbria County Council
Service Centre | Parkhouse Building | Kingmoor Business Park
| Carlisle | CA6 4SJ
 
t: 01228 221234 
[1]https://cumbria.gov.uk
 

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