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Enfield Counncil is planning to consult residents in part of Bowes ward about a proposed controlled parking zone.

News about the planned consultation, expected at the end of June, was posted on the Bowes and  Bounds Connected website by Ellie Douglas.  The roads included in the consultation are:

  • Spencer Avenue
  • Belsize Avenue
  • Kelvin Avenue
  • Melbourne Avenue
  • Sidney Avenue
  • Palmerston Road (the part that runs the length of the North Circular up to the border with Haringey)
  • Russell Road
  • Marlborough Road (the part that is in Enfield, as the Haringey part already has a CPZ)
  • Whittington Road (as per Marlborough Road).

More details on Bowes and Bounds Connected

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