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Bristol mayor George Fergusons pledge to listen as RPZ details revealed
Under the proposals, motorists will pay for the first vehicle or lower depending on the vehicles emissions and for the second. Meanwhile, businesses will have to pay or and pay or instead of for customer parking.
The latest set of boundaries have seen some changes to the original plans. Clifton Village and Clifton West have merged and will be taken forwards as one larger scheme for Clifton Village.
Meanwhile, Redland has seen a major boundary change, which will make the zone smaller. The boundary for the scheme now runs across Redland Green leaving out Westbury Park and the streets around Coldharbour Road.
Schemes have also been drawn up for Bower Ashton, Cotham North, Clifton East and Cliftonwood and Hotwells.
At a cabinet meeting at the end of June, it was agreed to seek advice from ward councillors about how consultation should be carried out in each area.
Bristol mayor George Ferguson said: I promised to keep listening, and I will continue to do so.
In return, I ask residents and businesses to be patient while we work through their feedback.
I know that many residents in these areas are seriously up against it with parking problems, and that in most of these areas councillors have reflected an appetite to get on with it as early as possible.
He added: Officers have agreed a streamlined approach to engagement in these cases to honour our commitment to listen to local voices.
However, it is vitally important to take a structured approach so that we can represent the balance of needs in the final proposals.
Assistant mayor Mark Bradshaw added: I want to see clear communication from the outset.
It is particularly important that residents and businesses have the opportunity to ask questions, and get clear answers, about what a scheme may mean for them.
Good residents parking schemes are popular where they are implemented. But good schemes can only be founded on effective and responsive listening.
Arrangements for consultation on the schemes at the south and east of Bristol are to be finalised in the coming weeks.
The expectation is that these schemes will be consulted on in late 2013 and early 2014. the vast majority of bristolians DONT want RPZs.