Parking Consultations

New parking controls

If you would like to request new parking controls such as permit bays and yellow lines to promote parking for local residents and businesses, please contact the District Council in writing or email to explain the problem and what you would request. You will need to provide your name and address to validate your request.

For more details on parking controls (including Controlled Parking Zones), please see our information page here.

Public consultation on proposed parking schemes

Three Rivers District Council is currently consulting people in local towns to find out what they think about parking in their area.

Rickmansworth West area Parking study

The District Council carried out surveys in the Summer of 2017 to find out what parking problems are currently happening in roads in the western area of Rickmansworth. This area includes the streets between Church Lane/Shepherds Lane and Money Hill Road, and from Uxbridge Road northward to Tudor Way, as shown on this map: Map of Rickmansworth West consultation area

The survey results are currently being analysed and the results will be reported to local District Councillors for a decision.


Croxley Green area-wide review

The District Council is investigating parking problems reported in Croxley Green. Surveys of addresses in Croxley Green were carried out in the Spring of 2017 and an area has been identified where a new parking scheme will be taken forward.

This area includes the streets where the majority of respondents opted for new parking controls. You can see a plan of this scheme area here 15-4-stage-2-proposed-scheme-area.pdf (pdf). The area includes the following streets:

  • Frankland Road
  • The Crescent
  • Hazelwood Road
  • Yorke Road
  • Gonville Road
  • Dorrofield Close
  • Beechcroft Avenue
  • Harvey Road
  • Repton Way (part)
  • Oakleigh Drive
  •  Fuller Way
  • Cherwell Close
  • New Road
  • Dulwich Way
  • Watford Road (part)



The full results of the consultation in the streets across Croxley Green can be viewed here.

A consultation on the initial draft design will take place during early 2018.

Please email with any queries.