To All Residents/Neighbours,
Further to recent posts on social media, we feel it is necessary to clarify again the proposed regulation in regard to Parking and some historical information.
Parking and the introduction of Permits was mentioned at the Residents Meeting on the 2nd December 2020 following representation from residents about poor parking in areas of the development. We have also been asked to ensure covenants are enforced, specifically in relation to parking and commercial vehicles.
Feedback received from residents following notification of the Parking Permit implementation in February was taken on board, a decision not to proceed was taken and the regulation was subsequently revised. In an ideal world we should have engaged more prior to the original proposal but being limited in number (and the role of a CCMC Director being a voluntary and unpaid one), we do not have the capacity to devote more time outside of our normal working commitments.
The recommended regulation should have zero impact to residents unless you choose to park inconsiderately or against the Highway Code.
There is no restriction on parking resident owned private vehicles at any time, nor for their visitors, other than as detailed in Paragraph 5 of the recommendation.
Please note that in line with earlier correspondence, the deadline for advance questions was midday today (20th May) and as such any submissions received after this time may not be answered. All questions received prior to the deadline will be responded to and posted on the website as described in our update of 7th May.
Please also ensure your vote reaches Remus before the 48hour cut off. Any votes received by Remus after the specified cut off will not be counted and members will not be able to vote for the first time at the meeting. Members will however be entitled to change a vote already submitted whilst at the meeting following presentation of the resolution papers.
Lastly if you are a member please do register to join the EGM and also consider becoming a CCMC Director as we would welcome the additional help.
CCMC Ltd Directors