Charting the history of the proposed Streatham Hill area CPZ.

What is the current status of the proposed CPZ?

Following our decision to proceed with proposals to introduce parking controls in the area west of Streatham Hill (A23), we are now undertaking a Statutory Consultation on its intention to introduce the proposals as detailed below.

What is the current status of the proposed CPZ?

We have agreed to proceed with a statutory consultation to:

  • introduce a new Streatham Hill ‘G’ CPZ to be operational Monday to Friday between 10am to 12pm;

  • extend the existing Thornton R CPZ, with bays operating Monday to Friday from 10am to 12pm, and single yellow lines operating Monday to Friday between 8.30am to 5.30pm;

  • introduce double yellow line waiting restrictions at key locations in: Amesbury Avenue; Barcombe Avenue; Cricklade Avenue; Daysbrook Road; Downtown Avenue; Emsworth Street; Faygate Road; Hillside Road, Kinfauns Road; Kingsmead Road; Lanercost Road; Leigham Vale; Normanhurst Road; Northstead Road; Nuthurst Avenue; Palace Road; Probyn Road; Roupell Road; Wavertree Road and Wyatt Park Road.

A decision has been taken to not proceed with the next stage of consultation, for the introduction of parking controls in the area east of Streatham Hill (A23).

You can take a look at the Statutory Consultation information below.

Officer Delegated Decision Report, 27 February 2018

What is the result of the Informal Consultation?

The results of the Informal Consultation were collated and presented, along with officer recommendations in a report for the us to make a decision.

A decision has been taken to undertake a Statutory Consultation for the introduction of the following proposals:

  • To introduce a new ‘G’ CPZ (Streatham Hill West) to be operational Monday to Friday between 10am to 12pm;

  • To extend the existing Thornton ‘R’ CPZ, with bays operating Monday to Friday from 10am to 12pm and single yellow lines operating Monday to Friday between 8.30am to 5.30pm;

  • To introduce double yellow line (DYL) waiting restrictions in the Streatham Hill East and Tulse Hill West areas at key locations such as junctions, cul-de-sacs and locations where traffic flow would be impeded by parked vehicles.

  • A decision has been taken to not proceed with the next stage of consultation for the introduction of parking controls in the area east of Streatham Hill (A23).

You can take a look at the report which details the consultation results and final decision below.

Streatham Hill Area CPZ - Informal Consultation Results Officer Delegated Decision Report

Appendix G - Petitions Against Controls

Informal Consultation Closed, 8 December 2017

Informal Consultation, 13 November – 8 December 2017

What is the problem?

This proposal is in response to representations received from local residents, who are experiencing parking difficulties in their area. Generally, residents feel the problem is being caused by:

  • Commuters who park and complete their journey by public transport or those working in nearby businesses.
  • Existing CPZ’s displacing parking into the uncontrolled area.
  • Recently introduced and extended CPZs displacing parking into the uncontrolled area.
  • Residents and staff of nearby businesses within the neighbouring CPZs avoiding parking charges.

What are the plans?

You can take a look at the proposed CPZ Streatham Hill area leaflet for your area to see details of the proposals, as well as view them on map one and map two.

Check out our CPZ frequently asked questions and the Lambeth parking permit pricing structure for more information.

You can also check out our Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs) - guide webpage for more details on parking restrictions.

Were parking surveys conducted?

Parking surveys were undertaken in the Streatham Hill area on 12 and 17 November 2016. These provide a representation of a typical weekday and a Saturday. The results of the surveys are discussed in the Lambeth parking survey - Streatham Hill report.

Please note, the Informal Consultation closed on 8 December 2017.

How to respond

This consultation ended on Friday 23 March 2018 and is now closed for responses.