Partial Chiswick Mall CPZ Review - Informal Consultation

Closed 3 Nov 2021

Opened 6 Oct 2021

Results updated 7 Mar 2022

Thank you to all that responded to this consultation.

The results of the CPZ review identified a significant majority of residents were in support of retaining the parking controls permanently. As a result, the proposal has been advanced to the formal (statutory) consultation stage.

Residents and businesses within the CPZ will be notified of the outcome of the formal (statutory) consultation.


The council are commencing a partial review of the Chiswick Mall Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) following the inclusion of the Transport for London (TfL) managed area fronting Nos 30-80 Burlington Lane in 2019. 

As you may recall, following discussions with TfL the parking controls were introduced as part of an experimental traffic management order therefore, the primary purpose of the review is to determine whether the CPZ should be retained permanently (with or without alterations) or removed.

Why your views matter

The review seeks the views of those who live within that section of Burlington Lane on the current effectiveness of the CPZ, or otherwise, and to assess whether changes are required if the CPZ is to be retained.

What happens next

The results of the consultation will be reported to local ward councillors for consideration and residents and businesses will be notified of the outcome in due course.  


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