Stamford Action for Residents' Parking (Starp) is a group of people from different parts of Stamford who have been lobbying for residents' parking - unsuccessfully - for several years. Only Lincoln and Louth seem to have successfully argued the case for residents' parking in the county.
With Civil Parking Enforcement on the horizon we need a means of persuading our county and district councils that they are being unreasonable in refusing to consider our requests for a permit parking scheme. Lincolnshire CC's draft parking policy currently out for consultation doesn't help as it places all the budget burden for running a permit scheme on the district councils (http://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/residents/transport-travel-and-roads/street-services/traffic-management/civil-parking-enforcement/lincolnshire-county-council-parking-policy-draft-consultation/104645.article)
What evidence or arguments really work?