Consultation outcome

The right to challenge parking policies

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

This consultation has concluded

Download the full outcome

Right to challenge parking policies: government response to discussion paper

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Detail of outcome

Government response to the discussion paper. This provides a summary and analysis of the responses received, and describes what the government will do following the consultation.

Original consultation

Summary

Discussion paper on the design of a mechanism that will allow local residents and firms to challenge parking policies.

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Consultation description

The government wants to make it easier for local residents and firms to challenge unfair, disproportionate or unreasonable parking policies. This could include the provision of parking, parking charges and the use of yellow lines.

This discussion paper invites your views on the design of the mechanism that will make this possible.

Documents

The right to challenge parking policies: a discussion paper

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Published 30 August 2014
Last updated 6 March 2015 + show all updates
  1. Added response document.
  2. Republished to include discussion paper in gov.uk email alerts.
  3. First published.