In order to get a better feel for the car parking around the Roehampton University entrance on Holybourne Avenue and Bordon Walk some before and after photos were taken.
The before photos
At 7am today there were six cars parked on Holybourne Avenue
Also, for good measure a photo was taken of Bordon Walk. Again, there were seven cars parked. So, in these area there were 13 parked cars.
The after photos
At 12:30, the amount of parked cars on Holybourne Avenuw grew from six to 15. These cars had to come from somewhere and it is doubtful that these belong to residents all coming back from nightshift. So where did these cars come from?
Bordon Walk grew from seven parked cars to nine. That makes 24 parked cars, up from 13 this morning.
Anything else that should be considered?
This does not factor in any cars that were in the earlier photos which may not have been in the later photos.
Also, residents must not forget that at the end of Holybourne Avenue at the intersection of Danebury Avenue this is where the regeneration will take place and to date car parking plans have not been produced.
The top of Holybourne Avenue as it turns into Ibsley Gardens needs to be reviewed as there were a lot of cars there too which was not the case earlier this morning.
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