South-East Richmond parking review

We are reviewing parking in the South-East area in response to residents' feedback.


In December 2016, the Council received petitions from residents of Cambrian Road and Chisholm Road requesting the introduction of a new community parking zone (CPZ). These petitions and the local parking conditions have been taken into account when deciding the appropriate course of action.

As part of the review we are now consulting with affected residents to seek their feedback on whether they would wish to see a new CPZ introduced in this area.

Consultation with residents

1st stage consultation - January 2017

This consultation is seeking feedback from residents on whether they would wish to see a new CPZ introduced in the area.


The consultation will close on Friday 24 February 2017. After this date, the results of the consultation will be analysed and if they show that over 50% of the total households in an area within the consultation boundary are in favour of a new CPZ, the Council will proceed to a 2nd stage consultation to consult on firmer proposals.

Parking beat surveys

Parking beat surveys will be carried in the area during the early part of 2017 to assess the levels of parking demand in the area.

The surveys will seek to establish reasonable estimates of the following:

  • residents' vehicles parked
  • all day commuters parked, and
  • short stay vehicles parked.

The estimates were made using our parking beat survey criteria(pdf, 182KB).

The results are shown in graphical form together with a summary by street.

What happens next

We will consider the results of this latest consultation and a decision on implementation is expected to be made in March 2017.


To find out more contact us by email at or call 020 8891 1411.

Updated: 24 October 2017