We are carrying out a review of parking in Hampton in response to residents' feedback.
This consultation follows consideration of various parking issues reported across the area in recent years. These include petitions received by the Council from residents in Linden Road, Percy Road and Oldfield Road concerning the difficulties they have in finding a parking space near to their home. It is understood that these difficulties may be due to the parking of vehicles by non-residents (all day commuters/long stay) which could be alleviated by the introduction of a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ).
We are also reviewing the provision of parking (free short stay spaces) and waiting restrictions (yellow lines) near to the shops in Station Road and Ashley Road to see if these arrangements could be improved for the future.
This consultation includes a large area of Hampton as shown on the enclosed map (pdf, 591 KB). As well as taking into account the possibility of displacement parking following the introduction of any new CPZ, extending the consultation in this way provides an opportunity for responses to be received from a wider area of Hampton on parking issues.
The consultation will commence on Friday 8 November 2019.
The consultation ends on Friday 10 January 2020.
We will also be holding two drop-in sessions where residents are invited to attend and raise any questions with officers.
These will be held in the lounge room at the Linden Hall Community Centre, Linden Road, TW12 2JG on Wednesday 20 and Thursday 28 November from 4pm to 8pm.
Officers base their recommendations on their own observations of parking conditions in the area. As an additional source of information, parking beat surveys are carried out by an external survey company. These are only expected to be a snapshot of the parking conditions to establish reasonable estimates of the numbers of vehicles parked belonging to residents, visitors and non-residents.
The results will be posted here once they have been analysed.
The decision will be post here.
To find out more, contact us by email at email@example.com.
Updated: 11 November 2019