Formal advertisement of parking proposals

Together with Surrey County Council, we are reviewing the on-street parking situation in various locations throughout the borough.

Because of concerns raised and opportunities that have arisen, we have undertaken an assessment of various parking issues. Officers have discussed these with your local borough and county councillors. We reported the draft proposals subsequently developed to the September 2018 and March 2019 meeting of Surrey County Council's Guildford Local Committee.

The Joint Committee agreed to formally advertise the proposals developed. As part of this consultation we wrote directly to almost 10,000 addresses about proposals covering 137 roads. This consultation closed on Friday 11 October.

We recognise that the introduction and amendment of parking restrictions can, in some cases, cause the availability of parking to reduce, make use of the spaces less flexible, and cause parking to displace to nearby areas. Therefore, it is important that any changes to the controls extend far enough to deal with the issues present and any potential for them to move elsewhere, whilst not being overly restrictive to residents and other road users.

Roads where changes to the controls are being proposed

Guildford town centre Controlled Parking Zone

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  • Area A
  • Area B
  • Area C (Churchill Road, Clandon Road, London Road - Nos. 19 - 13 odds and 46-54 evens, Waterden Close, Waterden Road, West Road)
  • Area D

Formalisation of disabled parking bay:


No waiting at any time double yellow line proposals:

Ash Vale

No waiting at any time double yellow and Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm single yellow line proposals:


No waiting at any time double yellow line proposals:

Clandon and Horsley

No waiting at any time double yellow line proposals:


No waiting at any time double yellow line proposals:


No waiting at any time double yellow line proposals:


No waiting at any time double yellow line proposals:


No waiting at any time double yellow line proposals:


    No waiting at any time double yellow line proposals:


    No waiting at any time double yellow line proposals:


    No waiting at any time double yellow line proposals:


    Formalisation of Disabled Parking Bay:

    No waiting at any time double yellow line proposals:

    The public notices for the four proposed amendment orders, statements of reason and traffic regulation orders appear below:

    Alternatively a copy of the draft order, together with plans showing the precise details of the proposed controls, a statement of the Council's reasons for proposing the order, and the existing sonsolidation orders (as amended), may be inspected, free of charge at the main reception, Guildford Borough Council, Millmead House, Millmead, Guildford between 9am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday.  It can also be viewed at Guildford Library, North Street, Guildford; Ash Library, Ash Street, Ash and Horsley Library, Station Parade West, East Horsley, during normal opening hours.

    Your privacy

    Any comments will be considered by the Parking Manager in consultation with the Chairman/Vice-Chairman of Surrey County Council's Guildford Local Committee and the relevant Borough and County Councillors. Our report will be a public document. While we will not publish your name and address, we will publish your representation. So, for example, if you make comments about how the proposals will specifically affect your property, the public may be able to identify your premises from your comments.

    For more information about how we use your personal information, please read our privacy statement or contact the Parking Office on 01483 444559.

    The Chairman/Vice-Chairman of the Committee will decide whether to introduce the proposals as advertised, or make minor amendments. Depending on the nature of the representations, they could also choose to refer the matter to a full meeting of Surrey County Council's Guildford Joint Committee. If major changes are required, it could re-advertise the proposal, or defer to changes to a future review. Alternatively, it could choose not to implement any new parking restrictions.

    If changes to the parking restrictions were agreed, we would anticipate their implementation by mid 2020. To keep up to date with progress, visit the County Council's website, using the above link.

    Please do not hesitate to contact Customer Services on 01483 505050 if you have any questions.