Parking Control Measures for carparks in parks

Closed 13 May 2019

Opened 1 Apr 2019

Overview

Parking Control Measures for carparks in parks

The council is proposing to introduce and amend existing parking control measures in the six Southwark parks that have off-street carparks. Ongoing budget pressures mean that it has become necessary to find new ways of covering costs and maintaining the high standards in our parks.

We aim to prioritise park users over commuters and improve road safety and access to the parks, in particular for vulnerable road users - Blue Badge holders will still have free and unlimited access. We also hope that other park users will adopt more sustainable modes of transport, and that this will help to improve air quality for everyone in Southwark.

These six carparks are Belair Park, Burgess Park, Dulwich Park, Peckham Rye Park, Southwark Park and Honor Oak Recreation Ground. 

Name of park       
carpark   

Number of Existing          
parking spaces    

Existing traffic order                                

Proposed Traffic Management Order (TMO)                           

Belair

 

 

 

98

n/a

Parking control measure applied at  all time
No maximum stay period
Free parking for blue badge holders


Parking control measure applied at  all time
No maximum stay period
Free parking for blue badge holders

 

Parking control measure applied at  all time
No maximum stay period
Free parking for blue badge holders

Parking control measure applied at  all time
No maximum stay period
Free parking for blue badge holders

Parking control measure applied at  all time
No maximum stay period
Free parking for blue badge holders

Parking control measure applied at  all time
No maximum stay period
Free parking for blue badge holders

Burgess

23

4hr max stay

Vehicles must park within designated
bays

Designated Blue Badge
parking spaces

Dulwich

88

Vehicles must park within designated
bays

Designated Blue Badge
parking spaces

Honor Oak
Rec.

 

 

30

n/a

Peckham
Rye

 

 

 

55

n/a

Southwark
Park

41

4hr max stay

Vehicles must park within designated
bays

Designated Blue Badge
parking spaces

We are asking residents to share their views with us about the proposed locations, times and days of these parking control measures.  A six week consultation on the proposals will start on Monday 1 April 2019 and ends on Monday 13 May 2019.  All comments, suggestions and objections will be considered as part of the decision making process.

Proposed layout drawings of the carparks affected can be downloaded here:

Belair Car Park
Burgess Park Car Park
Dulwich Park Car Park
Honor Oak Car Park 1of 2
Honor Oak Car Park 2 of 2
Peckham Rye Car Park
Southwark Park Car Park

To submit your comments please complete the form here by 13th May 2019. Please note that if you wish to object to this proposal you must state, in writing, the grounds on which your objection is made.

A decision on the TMO will be taken in May 2019 and any new control measures will take affect from June 2019.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Communities
  • Culture and Libraries
  • Environment
  • Local Economy and Business
  • Older People
  • Sport and Keeping Fit