Final stage of parking consultation for Three Bridges and Pound Hill begins

It runs from Wednesday, January 13 to Wednesday, February 3.

Last updated:
6 February 2018

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West Sussex County Council is launching the final stage of its public consultation on parking in parts of Three Bridges and Pound Hill.

Residents who live in the two areas affected have a last chance to comment on the scheme, which is designed to make it easier for them to park where they live.

Proposed changes to existing parking zones include:

  • Extending Zone F (Three Bridges);
  • Creating a new zone in part of Zone F where restrictions will be extended to include Saturday;
  • Extending Zone G (Pound Hill);
  • Formalising the parking lay-out in Pound Hill Parade;
  • Extending parking restrictions in Pound Hill Parade to include Saturday; and
  • Minor changes to the lay-out of Zone F and Zone G.

The formal consultation runs from Wednesday, January 13 to Wednesday, February 3.

The consultation results will be considered at the East Crawley County Local Committee meeting on Wednesday, March 16.

It takes place at 7pm at Longley Room, Crawley Library, Southgate Avenue, RH10 6HG.

For full details of the proposal visit:

List of roads included in this consultation are:

Existing Zone F:

  • Crabbet Road
  • Hazelwick Road
  • Kimberely Road
  • Mill Road
  • New Street; and
  • Three Bridges Road

Existing Zone G:

  • Alicia Avenue
  • Crawley Lane
  • Moat Walk; and
  • Pearson Road

Roads outside existing Residents’ Parking Schemes:

  • Ash Road
  • Forge Lane
  • Forge Road
  • Halland Close
  • Hastings Road
  • Holly Close
  • North Road
  • Pond Wood Road
  • Pound Hill Parade; and
  • Woodend Close

The County Council runs parking zones to manage on-street parking, improve safety and access, improve the commercial viability of town and city centres, and protect local amenities.

Parking zones encourage motorists to consider alternative modes of travel, such as public transport, cycling, walking and car sharing.

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