People living in an area of Enfield will have to pay to park under an "experimental" permit scheme coming into force from later this month.

A notice from Enfield Council in this week’s edition of the Enfield Independent outlines proposals for residents' parking permits to be introduced in the Manor Road area from April 19 for an initial six-month period.

The parking permit area will cover Bellamy Road, Nos. 3 to 87 and Nos. 2 to 86 in Halifax Road, Nos. 1 to 105 and Nos. 2 to 106 in Manor Road and Nunn’s Road (the section between Nos. 8 and 10 Manor Road).

There will also be free short-term parking places introduced in Bellamy Road and Nunn’s Road.

The annual cost of a residents’ permit will be between £55 and £330 per vehicle depending on engine size, while a book of ten visitor scratch cards will be £15.

Meanwhile, Victoria Road, at its junction with Park Road, is set to be temporarily closed for most of next week due to resurfacing works.

Traffic will be prevented from entering or proceeding along the road, as and when directed by signage, ‘at any time’ from Monday for five days.

When the closure is in force, the diversion will be via Park Road, Victoria Road/Park Lane heading north, Park Road, A1010 Fore Street, A1010 The Broadway, Church Street, Victoria Road and vice versa.

Alternatively, motorists should use Victoria Road/Park Lane and Park Road heading south, Park Lane, Sweet Briar Walk, Silver Street, Victoria Road, Sterling Way, A1010 Fore Street and vice versa.

Part of Montagu Gardens is also due to be closed from Saturday to enable utility works to be carried out.

Traffic will be prohibited from entering or proceeding along the road, from its junction with Montagu Road to the boundary of No. 6 Montagu Gardens and No. 2 Montagu Crescent, as and when directed by signs.

The diversion route will be via Montagu Road, Cavendish Road, Craig Park Road, Brettenham Road and vice versa.

For full details of these and other notices, visit the public notices section of our website.