Dog Kennel Hill Parking Study

Closed 17 Jul 2017

Opened 12 Jun 2017


Southwark Council is conducting a parking study in the Dog Kennel Hill area.

A parking study is an opportunity for the council to assess the parking issues in a certain area by asking the local residents and businesses how they view parking on their street and whether they would like a parking zone to be introduced.

A parking zone is a network of streets covered by parking controls. Each street is marked out with either parking bays or double yellow lines.

The council will analyse all responses on a road by road basis and make a recommendation to the decision maker.

Any parking controls that we introduce will take into account the results of the consultation as well as existing highway safety issues in the proposed zone, feedback from emergency services, and our wider transport policies reflecting our responsibilities to air quality and active travel.

We would like to hear your views on the proposal. Please read the background documents below and consider the proposed layout before completing the questionnaire online or by post via the freepost address, by 17 July 2017.

For the background information see the documents below and for more information about parking in Southwark visit

What Happens Next

Autumn 2017 - Draft consultation findings and recommendations reported to community council

Winter 2017 - Decision making

Early 2018 - Statutory traffic order consultation

Mid 2018 - Implementation of the parking zone subject to statutory consultation.



  • South Camberwell
  • The Lane


  • All residents


  • All Interests