Changes to parking in Chesham

Following the completion of parking restrictions in September 2017, there were some concerns about parking for residents of Broad Street, Bellingdon Road, and Kirtle Road.

Due to this, a number of residents asked for alternative proposals to be developed.

Chesham Town Council began an informal consultation to see if there was support for the new proposals. The proposed changes were approved on the 1 March 2019, you can view the decision of this consultation.


Full list of changes

All the works in Chesham are now complete.

Kirtle Road

To implement double yellow lines on the west side of the road and refresh the current lines including the turning point. In the absence of a clear majority, it was agreed not to make Kirtle road a permit parking zone

Broad Street

Broad Street residents between the Elgiva Theatre roundabout and Sunnyside Road without off street parking will be issued Zone C permits.

The current "1 hour waiting bays" will be made shared use with Zone C residents. Discretionary permits will still be available and assessed individually.

White Hill / Cheyne Walk

Double yellow lines on White Hill j/w White Hill Service Road (east and west) and on junction of Cheyne Walk j/w White Hill.

Sunnyside Road

Implement double yellow lines on west side of Sunnyside Road / Higham junction.

Wesley Hill

Shared use of the current "1 hour waiting" bays in Wesley Hill with Zone C permit holders.

Chartridge Lane j/w Lowndes Avenue

Implement double yellow lines on the junction Chartridge Lane/Lowndes Avenue.

Chartridge Lane j/w Penn Avenue

Implement double yellow lines on the junction Chartridge Lane/Penn Avenue.

Harding Road

Refresh of yellow lines.


Related documents

Broad Street letter
Broad Street questionnaire
Wesley Hill letter
Wesley Hill questionnaire
Kirtle Road letter

Kirtle Road questionnaire

A copy of the Order and Plans showing the lengths of roads affected, together with a copy of the Statement of Reasons for making the Order may be inspected during normal office hours at County Hall, Aylesbury.


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Last updated: 7 April 2021

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