Adelaide Terrace and York Parade parking controls

Closed 19 Oct 2018

Opened 28 Sep 2018

Results updated 6 Mar 2019

Having analysed the consultation feedback, we recommended to TfL (Transport for London) that parking controls should not be progressed at this location.  



The council has recieved sporadic complaints regarding the practise of 'all day', non-resident parking (or parking related to nearby businesses) occurring on Adelaide Terrace, and York Parade, Brentford TW8.

The road outside both Adelaide Terrace and York Parade, is managed by Transport for London (TfL) as part of the Transport for London Road Network (TLRN). While we are sympathetic to the concerns about non-resident parking, we do not currently have authority to implement parking controls on the TLRN without the approval of TfL. 

However, all parties are keen to see whether there is majority support for such a proposal from residents and businesses, and exactly what form the parking controls should take (days, hours of operation etc.).

We would value your views on these proposals to introduce parking controls, and if support exists, detailed negotiation between the council and TfL will take place.


Given that both Adelaide Terrace and York Parade are on the border of the existing 'Brentford North' controlled parking zone (CPZ), the proposal is to include both Adelaide Terrace & York Parade within that CPZ, retaining the same operational times (Monday - Friday 10-11am; 3-4pm).   

A plan showing the proposals can be found attached at the bottom of this page, this details that parking within the layby fronting Adelaide Terrace would be restricted to 'permit holders' (and those displaying associated visitor booklets during the operational times), whilst parking within York Parade would be 'shared-use' (accommodating permit holders and 'pay to park' bays).

Where parking bays are not being proposed, the existing 'red route' restrictions will be in operation, and parking will not be permitted in those locations during the respective operational times of those restrictions.   

Why your views matter

The purpose of this 'detailed design' consultation is to give you an opportunity to assess the proposals before indicating whether you would support them, and to comment on the proposed design.

I would encourage you to respond even if you do not experience parking difficulties and/or are not in favour of parking controls.

Before completing the survey on this page, please refer to the detailed information letter and plan, which were sent to area residents via post, and can be found below in the 'Related' section .


What happens next

Once the consultation responses have been analysed, and should there be support for parking controls, this information will be presented to TfL as part of the Council’s continuing efforts to support residents and businesses at this location. 

A further letter will be provided upon completion of the aforementioned ‘detailed design’ consultation, detailing the outcome of this consultation process and the next course of action.

Thank you for taking the time to participate in this consultation. 


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