- Surrey’s Parking Review Strategy
- Surrey officer’s recommendations for residents parking
- Weybridge Car Park Charges
- Surrey’s Committee Report
- Elmbridge’s Cabinet Committee Report, Appendix A, Appendix B, Minutes of Cabinet
This post deals with the parking schemes that Surrey proposes to implement, subject to the agreement of the Surrey Local Committee meeting at 4pm, Monday, 26 November, 2018 in the Civic Centre. These scheme will be formally ‘advertised’ as they stand. This is the first stage of public consultation on these schemes.
Streets to have changes – mainly additional double yellow lines for safety reasons:
- Beales Lane
- Devonshire Road
- Fortescue Road
- Grenside Road
- Grotto Road
- High Street
- Manor Court
- Mayfield Road
- Thames Street
DYL = double yellow line, in other words no waiting at any time.
Modify existing loading bay on the High Street to allow all vehicles to load/unload
here, not just goods vehicles as at present.
Manor court to introduce a DYL around the inside of the ‘island’ (access
to the flats). To prohibit parking which prevents access to the flats. To improve
Fortescue and Mayfield Junction
At the junction of Fortescue and Mayfield introduce DYLs to prevent parking
which obstructs sightlines to improve safety at the junction.
Roads around St George’s Junior School
In Beales Lane the addition of a DYL to prevent parking which causes obstruction to the carriageway and/or footway.
Grenside Road introducing an DYL at the junction on the west side to prevent parking which obstructs sightlines. To improve safety at the junction.
Grotto Road extend existing DYLs at the junction with Grenside Road to improve sightlines and safety at the junction.
In Thames Street the addition of a DYL in between existing restrictions near Montrose Walk and Portmore Park Road because it causes obstruction to traffic on the carriageway and poses a safety hazard to anyone wishing to use the footway at this location. Introduce ‘No Stopping Mon-Fri 8:15-9:15am and 2:30-4pm School Keep Clear’ on the opposite side of the road from the end of the existing school keep clear to the buildout opposite the access to Portmore Park Road. To improve traffic flow and safety during school ‘pick up and drop off times’.