Do you live in a controlled parking zone and, if so, what's it like? Is it easy to get a space/permit for visitors? Do you think it's a better arrangement now, than before the controls were put in place? Can I expect the traffic wardens to be militant in their enforcement of the zone? Lambeth council are 'considering' one for the area where I live - SW9/SE5 borders around Myatts Fields Park - the so called 'Camberwell M Zone' (it sounds like a secret military area where they keep UFOs or something ) and they are doing a 'consultation' with residents at the moment - we have questionnaires to fill out. I don't own a car and neither do any of the people I live with. If visitors or my family come to visit they can always park on the road outside my house. If I hire a car on occasion, I can also always park on the road outside. I don't see there being a problem - certainly not in the roads around my house anyway. Someone local has mounted a campaign to get the zone introduced - probably the Calais St residents association. Personally I think it's a bit fckuing selfish to try to get the zone introduced and expect all the local car-owning residents to buy a permit (up to £200 a year) just so a few wealthy people can park their two BMWs outside their front gate. And from what I've read on here before, it looks like quite a pain in the arse to sort out a visitor's permit. There is supposedly a bit of a problem with commuter parking though, and I've got no problem with stopping people parking in my street who should be using public transport to get to work. What do you reckon?