Public consultationsLes consultâtions publyiques
Public consultations are an opportunity for the public to review and comment on any proposed changes or improvements to be made to areas in St Helier. As part of the consultation process for any project, the public will be invited to share their views and have their say before the proposals are presented to the Roads Committee for approval.
There are currently no live consultations
CONSULTATION DATES:Sunday 30th October 2022 to Wednesday 30th November 2022LOCATION:Old Trinity HillPROPOSAL / BRIEF:
Residents of Old Trinity Hill have asked the Parish of St Helier to create a ‘mini RPZ’ similar to the one that has operated successfully for many years in Richmond Road. This will prioritise the limited amount of on-street parking for use by residents who have no other parking facilities, while maintaining the visitor parking spaces at the bottom of the street and providing some new cycle parking stands at the top.
The St Helier Roads Committee has approved the idea in principle and now residents in the area are being consulted to find out their views. You can have your say by completing the below survey. Please let us have your views by 30 November. Thank you.
Update – This consultation has now closed and will be taken to Roads Committee on 22 February 2023.ATTACHMENTS:
CONSULTATION DATES:Friday 22nd October 2021 to Friday 5th November 2021LOCATION:Old St John’s RoadPROPOSAL / BRIEF:
Due to safety concerns raised by some of the residents of Old St John’s Road regarding speeding vehicles, it has been suggested by residents that road humps should be installed to reduce speeding.ATTACHMENTS: