ePetition details

Require Additional Parking Restrictions for Non-Residents Near Burnham Station (Royston Way, Crosthwaite Way, Meadway & Sandringham Court)

We the undersigned petition the council to require additional parking restrictions at Royston way, Crosthwaite Way, Meadway & Sandringham Court (near Burnham Station)

We Residents of Royston Way, Crosthwaite Way, Meadway and Sandringham Court are continually inconvenienced and tired of our cars being damaged, blocked in-and-out and unable to enter into Royston Way or Crosthwaite Way due to parking of London commuters from Burnham train station and school pick-up and drop-off. There are also a number of vehicles that have been stationary for extended periods of time with no identified owners, which is a safety concern.

During the day and night large numbers of non-residents take up a large portion of the available parking, which is creating issues to the residents. People are parking on both sides of these roads, unable to enter and manoeuvre, which has been causing a lot of trouble to the residents. We have already raised this many times, no solution found so far.

I would like to urge the Slough Borough Council to review this petition in favour of the local residents and prioritise the implementation of a resident's only parking scheme for extended period to the Royston Way, Crosthwaite Way, Meadway & Sandringham Court.

This ePetition ran from 20/12/2023 to 17/01/2024 and has now finished.

66 people signed this ePetition.

Council response

Thank you for submitting the below ePetition.

I can confirm we are in the process of rolling out a residents permit scheme across the Borough. This is part of a larger programme which will be tackled a ward at a time.

Unfortunately, we are not accepting ad hoc requests. This petition will be saved on file for when we design this location, which we are anticipating will be end of this year / early 2025.

Once designed, as part of the legal process we will be undertaking a formal consultation, which will allow residents to provide their comments on the proposed scheme.

I hope this information helps.