Cycle Hangars October 2022

Closed 13 Nov 2022

Opened 3 Oct 2022

Feedback updated 27 Mar 2023

We asked

If the Council should introduce new cycle hangars in twenty locations across the borough. 

You said

153 responses supported the proposals in full, 12 supported in part and 43 objected to the proposals. 

We did

The Director for Transport and Regulatory Services, in consultation with the Lead Member for Planning, Place and Environment, has decided to proceed with 19 of the proposed cycle hangar locations.  Officers will seek a new location for the hangar proposed in Abingdon Villas and consult again in January 2023.

Results updated 13 Jan 2023

This consultation is now closed.  The consultation report is available below. 



Enabling more cycling is one of the Council’s borough transport objectives. Making travel by bicycle convenient for residents is one way to improve our air quality, reduce traffic congestion, and work towards our goal for the borough to be carbon neutral by 2040.

The Council regularly receives requests from residents for on-street cycle hangar units. Residents living in flats experience particular difficulty storing bicycles at home and much existing cycle parking on-street does not offer high levels of security.

Cycle hangars are designed to provide more secure on-street cycle parking than short-stay parking such as Cyclehoops or Sheffield stands. Each on-street cycle hangar unit can provide space for six residents’ bicycles and can only be accessed using a key. The spaces are currently rentable at a cost of £72 per year and would be available for rent on a first come, first served basis.

Please note that:

  • the proposed Malton Road hangar is anticipated to be used by Malton Road depot staff and will not be publicly available.
  • the proposed location on Holland Road will be subject to TfL approval as it is located on a Red Route.

We are consulting on introducing new cycle hangars in the following locations:

Proposal Name No. Location 
Abingdon Villas 1 opposite 12/14 Abingdon Villas
Barkston Gardens 1 flank of no. 23 Courtfield Gardens, situated on Barkston Gardens. 
Bassett Road 1 outside 45-47 Bassett Road
Cornwall Crescent 1 outside no. 29 Cornwall Crescent
Courtfield Gardens 1 flank of no. 35 Courtfield Gardens
De Vere Gardens 1 flank of no. 60 Hyde Park Gate, situated on De Vere Gardens
Duchess of Bedford Walk 1 outside no. 3 Duchess of Bedford Walk
Gledhow Gardens 1 flank of no. 176 Old Brompton Road, situated on Gledhow Gardens
Grenville Place 1 flank of no. 82 Cornwall Gardens, situated on Grenville Place
Harrington Road 1 opposite no. 44 Harrington Road
Holland Road 1 outside no. 62 Holland Road (subject to TfL approvals)
Lancaster Road 1 flank of no. 19 All Saints’ Road, situated on Lancaster Road
Lexham Gardens 1 outside no. 150 Lexham Gardens
Malton Road 1 flank of no. 167A Ladbroke Grove, situated on Malton Road. This hangar will not be publicly accessible to rent.
Palace Gardens Terrace 1 opposite no. 6 Palace Gardens Terrace
Penzance Place 1 flank of no.73 Princedale Road, situated in Penzance Place
Philbeach Gardens 1 outside Beach House (77 Philbeach Gardens)
Redcliffe Square 1 flank of no. 80 Redcliffe Square
Russell Gardens 2 outside no. 54 Russell Gardens
Sheffield Terrace 1 outside no. 73 Sheffield Terrace

Why your views matter

We are seeking your views on installation of more cycle hangar units in the borough. Your comments will help us decide whether to proceed with the proposals.

What are the proposed changes?

Location plans for each new proposed cycle hangar(s) are provided below. Each hangar is around 2.5 metres in length and can hold six bicycles. Hangars are installed in the carriageway, with the front feet mounted on the kerb, opening onto the pavement for access to the cycle stands inside.


  • Abingdon
  • Campden
  • Colville
  • Courtfield
  • Earl's Court
  • Holland
  • Norland
  • Notting Dale
  • Queen's Gate
  • Redcliffe
  • St. Helen's


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