Queen's Road area controlled parking consultation

Closed 9 Jun 2023

Opened 28 Apr 2023


Southwark Council is carrying out a public consultation in the Queen's Road area to gather your views on the implementation of a permit parking scheme - in particular, the days and hours of operation of the proposed zone, which will help us better design a scheme to suit the area.

A parking consultation was carried out in the area in 2017 of which the outcome was not to progress a permit scheme but to introduce yellow lines to aid access and improve road safety.  Further information on this older consultation can be found on the 'Parking Projects' page of the council's website.

Due to the parking pressure expected as a result of new developments in the area, and in line with our commitment to encourage sustainable modes of transport, the council is consulting on permit parking schemes across Southwark, including in your area.

This is your opportunity to have your say:-

  • Are commuters parking on your street?
  • Do you often have to park a fair distance from your home?
  • Is the night time economy impacting where you park?
  • Are nearby pubs/restaurants or places of interest causing you difficulty parking over the weekend?

Take part in this consultation and let us know how we can improve your street.

Controlled Parking in your ward will allow local residents and their visitors to park more easily. You will need to pay to park during certain times, either by a valid resident or business permit or, for visitors, via pay by phone parking or visitor vouchers. These times can vary, and will be informed by responses to the consultation. Residents who need one will be able to purchase an annual permit.

Why your views matter

We want your views on the permit parking scheme proposal in your area - in particular, what days and hours you would like the parking restrictions to operate.

We would be grateful if you could take the time to review the proposals and let us know what you think via the online questionnaire.

Your views are really important to help us make sure the final design meets the needs of the local community.

What happens next

The responses to this consultation will be evaluated and will contribute to the final design phase. This will be submitted to the Cabinet Member for approval and any final decisions will be subject to statutory consultation.


  • Drop-in session

    From 11 May 2023 at 17:00 to 11 May 2023 at 20:00

    A drop-in session to discuss any questions with officers at St Mary's Church, St Mary's Lane, SE15 2EA. 11 May 2023, 5pm to 8pm


  • Nunhead & Queen's Road


  • Anyone from any background


  • Communities
  • Community Safety
  • Environment
  • Local Economy and Business
  • Planning and Regeneration
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  • Transport