Inadequate enforcement of the parking restrictions particularly in and around Warlingham Green is a longstanding issue which causes much annoyance to shopkeepers and residents alike.This includes motorists overstaying beyond the one hour restriction, parking in the disabled bays outside the Co-op and the Library, and parking on yellow lines. Overstaying is a big issue for our shopkeepers, as it prevents potential customers parking and loses them trade, so is a direct threat to the prosperity of our village centre. There are also issues outside our schools and near the sports clubs on Sunday morning.

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The Parish Council has just completed a consultation with retailers and other businesses located on or close to The Green, aimed at finding out their views on current business conditions, key issues and how they would like to see the Green develop. The intention was to provide the Council with information which it can take account of both in progressing the Green Improvement Project and in influencing the activities that take place on and around The Green.

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Many residents will be aware that the amount of parking enforcement activity around Warlingham Green and our schools is very limited, as there are only two parking wardens for the whole of the Tandridge District. As a result local councillors often receive complaints of cars being parked all day at The Green, where the waiting period is limited to an hour, and of dangerous parking on yellow lines near the schools.

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The next meeting of the Parish Council will be on Wednesday 5th June at 7.30 in Warlingham Library.

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