Following the two separate stage 1 consultations and our decision to proceed to the next stage. We now want your views on our plans to introduce a CPZ in the Streatham Hill East Area. The statutory consultation runs from 1 to 29 November 2019.

What is the current status of the proposed CPZ?

Following our decision to proceed with plans to introduce controlled parking zones (CPZ) in the Streatham Hill East area, we are now undertaking a statutory consultation to introduce the proposals as detailed below.

Following a separate stage 1 consultation, it has also been decided to include the Hailsham Avenue Area into the proposed Streatham Hill East CPZ.

As a result, these two separate areas are being consulted as one to form Streatham Hill East Zone ‘M’.

We have agreed to proceed with a statutory consultation to:

  • Introduce a new Streatham Hill East ‘M’ CPZ (excluding Palace Road and Hillside Road) to be operational Monday to Friday between 10am and 12pm.

  • Extend the existing Tulse Hill ‘H’ CPZ into Probyn Road to be operational Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 6.30pm.

  • Extend the existing Brixton Hill ‘F’ CPZ into Roupell Road to be operational Monday to Friday between 12pm and 2pm.

  • Introduce ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions at key locations in Palace Road, Hillside Road, Kingsmead Road and Leigham Vale.

Due to continued opposition in the Tulse Hill West area, it has been decided not to propose CPZ measures or re-consult this area for the foreseeable future. Keymer Road is also being excluded from further consultation.

You can take a look at the Statutory Consultation information below, these letters were sent to affected residents.

Find out more about the stage 1 consultation at Streatham Hill area CPZ project webpage.

How to respond

We want to hear your views on our proposals and you can share them with us by writing to:

Parking Design Team
Capital Programmes
London Borough of Lambeth
P.O. Box 734
S023 5DG

or by email to: (quoting reference STREATHAM HILL CPZ by no later than 29 November 2019.)

Objections must only relate to the elements of the scheme that are subject to this statutory consultation.

What happens next?

A Notice of our intentions to introduce these measures will be published in a local newspaper (South London Press), London Gazette and posted on lamp columns in the area.

All representations along with Officers’ comments and recommendations, will be presented in a final report to be considered.