Here is the Kingsdown CPZ. The southern border appears to directly abut the existing CPZ. On the western side, however, there is a no mans land -(henforce, the DMZ, De-Militarized Zone) between this, the Residents Parking Zone and the Central Parking Zone that begins a couple of streets west. The area in between is mostly university/school buildings, with the front gardens all turned into parking. Having a DMZ between the CPZ and the RPZ doesn't make sense, as people will still drive in hoping to get their car on the pavements there, go round in circles and then, giving up, drive past this new RPZ to the other bits of clifton and redland. We have very limited data on who parks near the university, incidentally. We can see that the area's cycling access/parking takes second place to staff parking, and we know that lots of cars park badly there, but we don't know if they are students (unlikely, you need to get there before 0900), staff or other commuters.
North of the zone, its a bit blurred. Assuming that when the red line goes through someone's garden they are in the zone, the doctors by the St Michael's hill roundabout get a permit, but the residents of the northern' side of Cotham Road don't get the option of parking in front of their houses. Presumably that detail will be resolved during consultation.
More analysis and pictures to follow over the next few days.