Sorry this is a little late but Mr Mustard only found out about the review on 25 June and it was running until 28 June. Mr Mustard asked for a paper copy of the review form on 25 June and it only arrived today, 4 July.
This is what the council said they were doing:
Event Day Controlled Parking Zone Review
In January 2013 the Council introduced an Event Day Controlled Parking Zone in the area surrounding Copthall Stadium (Allianz Park) in order to minimise congestion and provide adequate parking facilities for residents, businesses, local organisations and their visitors when events are being held at the stadium.
The Event Day CPZ has now been in operation on seven occasions since its inception. Now that the rugby season has ended the Council is carrying out a review of the CPZ. As part of this review a consultation is being conducted with local residents. The consultation will aim to gauge residents opinions on how the CPZ has been operating, and explore in detail if there are any issues affecting local residents as a result of the CPZ.
The Event Day CPZ consultation commences on Wednesday 6 June 2013 and properties within the zone will be sent a letter with a link to an online questionnaire.
If you live on one of the roads within the Event Day CPZ and have not received a letter please ring 020 8359 3059, email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to the Design Team, London Borough of Barnet, Building 4, North London Business Park, Oakleigh Road South, London N11 1NP
If you live within the zone, and some 8000 properties are staggeringly included, then Mr Mustard feels sure that the design team would rather have your answers a little late than not at all. Hopefully the outcome of this review will be a shrinking of the size of the zone.