The new pay and display parking controls will come into effect in Brookfield Court, Blackrock, on Monday, 22nd November 2010.
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council’s Parking Control Bye-Laws now provide for a parking control scheme on Brookfield Court, Blackrock. Pay & Display Parking will come into operation on Brookfield Court, Blackrock on Monday, 22nd November 2010 providing residential/short stay [maximum 3 hour] parking bays and double yellow lines, where appropriate.
The hours of operation of the Pay & Display Parking Control Scheme on Brookfield Court, Blackrock are 08.00 – 19.00 Monday to Friday as specified on the appropriate information timeplates. Pay & Display tariffs applicable on Brookfield Court, Blackrock will be charged in short-stay designated areas at a rate of €1 per hour to a maximum of 3 hours as indicated on the Pay & Display machine and information plates. As in all of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, a grace period of 15 minutes will also apply.
The scheme was settled at the Dún Laoghaire Area Committee Meeting on the 6th of April 2010 as follows:
Proposed Parking Scheme – Brookfield Court, Blackrock
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council’s Parking Control Bye-Laws 2007 were adopted by Council on 11 June 2007 and came into operation on 1 August 2007. In accordance with the ‘Guidelines for the Implementation of Pay & Display Parking Control Schemes’, in primarily residential areas, eligible residents will be surveyed to ascertain their preference in relation to the proposed introduction of the Parking Control Scheme.
Following representations received to include Brookfield Court, Blackrock in the Parking Control Scheme a survey of the residents, listed on the Register of Electors, on Brookfield Court, Blackrock was carried out to ascertain the residents’ preference for the introduction of Pay & Display.
37 survey papers were issued. 28 completed survey papers were returned by the closing date, 18th February 2010. 15 survey papers were returned in favour of the introduction of Pay & Display on Brookfield Court, Blackrock; 13 survey papers were returned against the introduction of Pay & Display.
It is proposed that Brookfield Court, Blackrock will have short stay (maximum 3 hours) parking, to include residential parking provided with double yellow lines, where appropriate, as indicated on drawing TT-095-01-09B. The hours of operation of the Parking Control Scheme on Brookfield Court, Blackrock will be 08.00 – 19.00, Monday to Friday. In accordance with the Parking Control Bye-Laws 2007, the charge is €1.00 per hour.
The proposed Pay & Display Parking Scheme for Brookfield Court, Blackrock is presented to the Area Committee for decision.
The foregoing report of the Manager was AGREED.
1st November 2010