London on-street parking permits study

London, as one of the most urbanised and populated cities in the world, continues to face an increasing number of cars in use on the roads, with relatively little or no additional availability of parking. The number of registered cars in the city has increased by 10% to 2.6 million vehicles in just the last decade.

‘A patchwork of permits’ is a study conducted by John Siraut in London, analysing the various local council schemes developed to administer resident parking schemes and controlled parking zones implemented across London.

An overview and summary of the article is available online, called ‘A patchwork of permits’, and is a useful resource for council and government urban planners, as well as a source of some valuable learnings from a city grappling with significant demand for parking spaces.

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