CONCLUSIONS FROM DATA SO FAR – 13TH NOVEMBER 2014
Total Surveys returned = 814
Total of Cars and Vans in all households surveyed = 671
Total of vehicles Registered to Address = 536 671- 536 = 135
135 = number of vehicles that would not qualify for a permit under current council policy of one permit per
165 people surveyed had NO CAR
299 people said they would NOT want a CPZ (on average allowing for a couple of small discrepancies)
533 was the score in favour of SOME FORM OF CPZ
A score of 286 came in for those in FAVOUR of one form of HEAVY TOUCH scheme.
204 for 7 days a week and 82 for 5 days a week.
A score of 183 came in for some form of LIGHT TOUCH scheme.
50 for 1 hour a day and 133 for 2 hours a day
A score of 64 came in for some form of VARIATION of CPZ but basically they were in favour of something
(473 + 245 = 718 which is slightly more than the number of surveys returned (710) so there is a very slight
A score of 312 came in for a CPZ at Cost of Enforcement only.
A score of 168 came in for a CPZ at Full Cost as happens now.
A score of 130 came in for a CPZ charged on a sliding scale according to household income.
149 people did not know which they would prefer.
Note. This includes answers from people who do not have a car or van but still had a valid opinion.
MOST DIFFICULT TIMES TO PARK (Bear in mind that some (but not many) people may have ticked more than one
box and then ticked ALWAYS as well)
Weekdays from 5-8pm and from 8pm onwards were the time periods with the highest scores for NOT being
able to find a parking space with 259 and 299 respectively.
Weekday mornings and afternoons only scored 118 and 136 respectively indicating that those times were less
of a problem compared to evenings.
ALWAYS scored 249. Weekends scored an average of 210 for each day.
So – it seems that many people always find it difficult to park and weekday evenings are the worst times from
a specific period point of view.