February 2024 parking changes

Closed 13 Mar 2024

Opened 31 Jan 2024

Feedback updated 16 Apr 2024

We asked

We asked for views on 42 proposals in the February 2024 Miscellaneous Parking Changes.

You said

We received a total of 21 objections and 24 letters of support across 20 of the parking proposals.

We did

We have made the traffic order as originally advertised apart from the proposal relating to Trebovir Road which was dropped in its entirety.


This consultation seeks views on various proposed changes to parking, waiting and loading restrictions across the borough in the following streets:

Alma Place, Ashburn Place, Basil Street, Bolton Gardens, Bramham Gardens, Callow Street, Cambridge Gardens, Cheyne Gardens, Clarendon Road, Colville Road, Courtfield Road, Cromwell Crescent, Donne Place, Draycott Avenue, Dulford Street, Elm Park Gardens, Elsham Road, Fawcett Street, Fernshaw Road, Finborough Road, Grenfell Road, Harrington Gardens, Harrow Road, Hogarth Road, Holland Park, Holland Park Avenue, Holland Street, Hollywood Road, Hornton Street, Hortensia Road, Ixworth Place, Kensington Court, Kensington Court Place, King’s Road, Lancaster Road, Ledbury Road, Lots Road, Nevern Square, Neville Terrace, Notting Hill Gate, Old Church Street, Oxford Gardens, Pavilion Road, Pembridge Square, Princedale Road, St Quintin Avenue, Selwood Terrace, Smith Street, Sutton Way, Trebovir Road, Upper Addison Gardens, Walton Street, Warwick Lane, Whitehead’s Grove, Wornington Road and Young Street

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Why your views matter

We would like to know your views on the proposed parking amendments listed above to inform our decision-making process and ensure your views are considered.

More information on these proposals may be obtained by contacting trafficorders@rbkc.gov.uk or by phoning Chris Eales on 020 7361 2553 quoting reference “February '24 Misc” and the road you are interested in.

Anyone wishing to support or object to any of the proposals or make any other representations in respect of them, should send a statement in writing to that effect, and in the case of an objection, stating the grounds thereof to the Council to trafficorders@rbkc.gov.uk quoting reference “February '24 Misc” by 13th March 2024. All objections and comments will be reported to the Director of Transport and Regulatory Services and the Director will consult with Ward Councillors and the Lead Member for Planning and Public Realm before deciding on whether or not to proceed with the proposed changes. We will advise you of the decision after the consultation is over and the decision has been taken by the Director.


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