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Drayton Primary School

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Popham Mar 22, 2013. 2 Replies

The planning application for the expansion of Drayton Green Primary School has been submitted. Details of the application are available on the Ealing Council web site -…Continue

CPZ Consultation Results

Started Nov 24, 2012 0 Replies

The Council recently held a review of the Draytons CPZ and a consultation about extending it into Highview, Rosebery, Rosemount, Charles, Briarbank , Lynton, Kingsley & Rutland roads. We now have…Continue

Drayton Green Primary School

Started this discussion. Last reply by Simon Croyden Aug 29, 2012. 4 Replies

The cabinet report on Drayton Green Priamry School is now on the council website.…Continue

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Planning Application - 51 Drayton Green

Posted on November 16, 2011 at 12:38 3 Comments

A new planning application has been submitted for 51 Drayton Green. The application is for "Construction of a four storey residential building comprising of 17 self-contained flats to the front of the site; 4 two storey houses to the rear of the site; alterations to vehicle access; car parking; refuse storage; and landscaping".


It is possible to see details of the application on the Council website. The reference number is PP/2011/4513.



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At 16:54 on November 7, 2009, Gerald Power said…
Hi John

Welcome to the DCA site

At 11:10 on March 17, 2010, Ewen McKinnon said…
Hi John - just a quick question - do you know if the results of the CPZ consultation will be able to be presented by street as well as aggregated across the whole of the Draytons? I think the problems with parking are patchy across the Draytons - certainly the situation on my street, Drayton Ave is very poor, while I have talked to others who suggest there isn't a problem on their streets. I think it is therefore important to be able to look at the results of the consulation within the context of where the actual problem is. Ideally people will be asked if they experience any problems, as well as being consulted on whether they think the CPZ is the right solution,
At 15:41 on March 26, 2010, Chris Manton said…
Hi John,

Ewen's had a good idea for helping the Draytons Community Association to do some really useful background research on parking here. (See separate discussions).

If we could obtain a list of vehicles that are registered with addresses in the Draytons, then we could very easily establish the proportion of non-resident parking by doing simple non-match counts. With this data it should be possible to extrapolate whether a CPZ 's effect would be likely to make for a worthwhile increase in available spaces, or if there are already so many resident's vehicles that we face saturation with or without a CPZ.

Ewen has written to the DVLA, but it is probable that obtaining vehicle registrations would require an official request.

I stress that we do NOT want or need to know the actual addresses or owners' names. Just the number plates that are registered in the Draytons area that is being considered for the new zone. I believe that this de facto anonymity should remove any objection on the grounds of privacy or database protection.

Could you and/or your colleagues possibly look into this for us?

If you can help us, then I think we'll be in a strong position to help you by gathering factual information that you'd be able to include in any consultation to better inform those included in it.


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