The Head of Administration wrote to the petition organiser on 17 July 2012 to inform her:-
"That following the opening of the e-petition, Council Officers met with a representative from Aylesbury Vale Estates on 25 April 2012 to discuss her concerns and future action that might be taken to assist with resolving the problem. It was agreed that the only effective solution would be to create a Traffic Order Zone in the immediate vicinity of the Whitehill Surgery. This would allow the lining of parking bays, double yellow lining of the park entrance roadway, pay and display permit machines and full warden supervision and enforcement, backed up by legal sanctions.
In order to put the above arrangements in place, AVDC would need to acquire a legal interest in the car park, which could be done by a rent-free sub-letting from the Whitehill Surgery to the Council, with the approval of Aylesbury Vale Estates. Further discussion had affirmed that it would be possible for this arrangement to be put in place. AVDC’s Leisure Services had indicated their approval of the TOZ proposal, as it would remove illicit parking on the roadway and surrounding parkland in the vicinity of the Whitehill Surgery.
Unfortunately, however, putting the formal Traffic Order Zone in place would cost in the region of £2,500 to set up, which would need to be paid for by the Whitehill Surgery. Should the Surgery wish the Council to proceed with a formal TOZ they were asked to contact AVDC's Estates Surveyor) who would be happy to assist."