Survey on double yellow lines


You can submit this survey by either:

  • returning the form delivered through your door to the village shop;
  • filling out the online survey (below).

Cottingham Parish Council will use the information gathered through this survey to inform their next steps with regard to parking restrictions in the village.

Note about the online form: ‘Your form number’
You will find your form number on the paper form that is being delivered to your door. If you can’t find your form, please contact the Clerk at 

Online Survey Form

Cottingham Parish Council Survey









Q1: I would like the yellow lines to remain as they are.



Q2: If you have answered NO to question 1, what changes would you like to see to the layout of the yellow lines (please tick)?




Q3: If yellow lines remain in the village, would you support them being painted thinner and in a paler (cream or primrose) colour, in accordance with Historic England guidelines for conservation areas?




Yellow Lines Survey – analysis v2[2412]

 

Yellow Lines Survey – summary analysis of quantitative responses

Forms delivered:              983

Forms returned:               192 (19.53%)

Q1 – I would like the yellow lines to remain as they are:

Yes                         81 (42.19%)

No                          111 (57.81%)

Q2:  – If you have answered NO to question 1, what changes would you like to see to the layout of the yellow lines (please tick)?

I would like the yellow lines removed completely                                34 (30.63%)

I would like some of the yellow lines removed                     8 (7.21%)

I would like more yellow lines                                                      69 (62.16%)

Q3 – If yellow lines remain in the village, would you support them being painted thinner and in a paler (cream or primrose) colour, in accordance with Historic England guidelines for conservation areas?:

Yes                         112 (61.88%)

No                          69 (38.12%)

 

Q4 – Any further comments

Comments provided:                     120

Note: the combined Yes responses to Q1 and I would like more lines responses to Q2 accounts for 78% of total responses


 

Yellow Lines Survey – analysis of comments (qualitative responses)

Responses that lines remain – surveys without Comments

58

Surveys with Comments

More lines:

80

Specific additional lines requested

On Blind Lane (near Welland Rd entrance)

2

Extend down High St (beyond No. 2)

38

Extend round corner of Church St, Corby Rd &  High St

2

Extend from High St round corner into School Lane

2

Outside the shop

16

Bancroft Rd / Rockingham Rd junction

1

Corner of Berryfield Rd

2

Corner of Rocky Rd & Blind Lane

2

Ripley Rd junction with Rocky Rd

1

All of Rocky Rd to Blind Lane

1

School, corner of Mill Rd, the island/triangle

11

Extend up Corby Rd

2

Remove all lines:

31

Cause confusion, made parking worse etc

Unsightly, not in keeping with village

Unenforceable

They urbanise the village

People park where they wouldn’t before to ‘cheat’ the lines

Remove some lines:

15

Specific removal of lines requested

From left of Rockingham Rd (ease shop parking)

4

From Church St

7

from everywhere except near shop

2

From Corby Rd

2

Enforcement issues:

28

Cars still park on lines in Church Street

School bus parks on lines in Rockingham Rd

Rule 243 Highway Code – 10 mtres of junction

Rule 242 Highway Code

Not done as per original plan? *

“Even Parish Councillors have been seen parking on yellow lines”

Concern about effect on shop business

Poor parking affects access (bin lorries, emergency services etc)


 

Misc comments:

Traffic calming e.g., Corby Rd, Rocky Rd

4

Commandeer the Spread car park

5

Colour: Keep them yellow

1

Make Chapel to shop reside3nts only parking

1

Disabled / deliveries only outside shop

1

Restore lines in middle of Corby Rd

1

Install mirror to give view of Corby Rd from Church St

1

Thanks to the CPC for ‘such a professional survey’

1

Lines are already fading

1

Please do these by email in future

1

Speeding & corner cutting is an issue – speed limit change?

3

Survey is a waste of tax payer’s money & pointless

2

Raise the ironworks in Corby Rd

1

Yellow lines on some footpaths?

1

 

Key Analysis Conclusions:

Of the 192 surveys returned 30.21% want to keep the existing lines, 41.67% want additional lines, 16.15% want all existing lines removed and 7.81% want some lines removed.

Of the 192 surveys returned 14.58% expressed enforcement/safety related concerns

Below is a % breakdown of the 80 responses that wish to see additional lines.  The top three are highlighted bold.

On Blind Lane (near Welland Rd entrance)

2

2.50%

Extend down High St (beyond No. 2)

38

47.50%

Extend round corner of Church St, Corby Rd &  High St

2

2.50%

Extend from High St round corner into School Lane

2

2.50%

Outside the shop

16

20.00%

Bancroft Rd / Rockingham Rd junction

1

1.25%

Corner of Berryfield Rd

2

2.50%

Corner of Rocky Rd & Blind Lane

2

2.50%

Ripley Rd junction with Rocky Rd

1

1.25%

All of Rocky Rd to Blind Lane

1

1.25%

School, corner of Mill Rd, the island/triangle

11

13.75%

Extend up Corby Rd

2

2.50%


 

 


 

 

 

 

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