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Proposed parking management schemes in Three Rivers District

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 parking@threerivers.gov.uk to explain the problem and make a request. You will need to provide your name and address to validate your request.

You can find more details on new parking controls that the District Council can introduce (including Controlled Parking Zones) on our parking schemes information page.

View current statutory notices of proposed or new traffic orders.

Find details of parking improvement schemes that we have recently introduced.


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.


Croxley Green area-wide review

- CONSULTATION DATE CHANGED TO 10 DECEMBER 2018 -

The District Council carried out a parking consultation in roads around Croxley Green in 2017 as part of an ongoing parking study in the area. It is clear from this consultation that residents in a large number of streets feel that there is a need for new parking controls. You can see the proposed scheme area, list of streets and results of consultation below.

The District Council has published proposals for new parking controls in response to public requests and based on the information received from the initial survey last year.

You can view and comment on the draft initial proposals shown in the indicative plans that you can download from the links below.

You can also view plans in paper format at the deposit locations listed below.

If you would like to submit your comments, please use the Consultation Survey form before the 10 December 2018.

You can view plans and ask questions at the Exhibition of draft initial design plans, to be held on Wednesday 28 November 2018 at Croxley Green Community Centre, Community Way, Croxley Green. The Exhibition will be open from 12pm to 2pm; and from 6:15pm to 9pm.

The area where where the new parking scheme is proposed includes the streets where respondents confirmed that there was a parking problem and indicated that they would support new parking controls of some kind.  

These proposals were developed from analysis of the responses provided at the initial consultation. The council is seeking the views of local residents and businesses on the proposals, as well as the general public, through this second stage of informal consultation.

The District Council would like to hear from as many people as possible so that we can take into account everyone’s views. Comments on the proposals will help us appraise each of the schemes and enable us to develop final proposals which will be taken through to statutory consultations.

For further details of the implications of parking permit schemes, please visit our New Parking Schemes information page.

The full results of the initial consultation carried out in 2017 in the streets across Croxley Green can be viewed here.

Proposed scheme area and plans

The proposed scheme area includes the following streets and you can see a plan of this scheme area here Scheme boundary plan (pdf)

This scheme does not include roads where the survey indicated that residents did not see a parking problem or where there was no majority in support of new controls.

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

Indicative drawings showing the initial proposals can be viewed electronically using the links below, or on paper at the Plan Deposit locations listed below:

Plan 1 Watford Road (Station area)    Plan 2 Frankland Rd area   Plan 3 Beechcroft Ave

Plan 4 Fuller Way area  Plan 5 Dickinson Ave area   Plan 6 Watford Rd (western area)

Plan 7 Dorrofield Close area   Plan 8 Community Way area   Plan 9 Junctions in the Durrants area

Plan deposit locations

Croxley Green Library, Barton Way, Croxley Green, WD3 3HB (for opening hours see https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/services/libraries-and-archives/library-opening-hours/croxley-green-library.aspx)

Croxley Green Parish Council Offices, Community Way, Croxley Green, WD3 3SU (Monday to Thursday: 10:00am to 3:00pm, Friday: 10:00am to 1:00pm)

Three Rivers District Council, Three Rivers House, Northway, Rickmansworth, Herts, WD3 1RL (8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Thursday, 8.30am to 4:30pm Fridays)

 Parsonage Close proposed parking scheme, Abbots Langley

The District Council carried out surveys seeking views on a proposed design to address current parking problems in Parsonage Close and the eastern part of Abbots Road in the Spring of 2018.

The responses are currently being analysed before a final proposal is published. A scheme was proposed to operate during weekday afternoons (between 2pm and 4pm) to improve free flow of traffic, safety and better access for people walking to school. Proposals included:

  • Permit parking bays in Parsonage Close and the whole length of Abbots Road, to its junction with the other arm of Abbots Road, operational between 2pm and 4pm.
  • Single yellow lines that will be in force at the same times as the permit bays
  • Double yellow lines around junctions, which prohibit parking at any time. 

For further details of the implications of parking permit schemes, please visit our general information page.

Rickmansworth West area-wide review

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.

For further details of the implications of parking permit schemes, please visit our general information page.

Various minor parking improvements

The District Council is carrying out surveys seeking views on proposed designs to address current parking problems in roads around the District including:

  • Arundel Road, Leavesden
  • Garden Road and Breakspeare Road, Abbots Langley
  • Heronsgate Road, Chorleywood
  • Roman Gardens, Kings Langley
  • Silk Mill Road, Oxhey
  • Water Lane, Kings Langley

If you would like more information, please contact the District Council in writing or email parking@threerivers.gov.uk