Current Residents' Parking Scheme consultations

Details of current consultations for existing or new Residents' Parking Schemes in West Sussex.

1 Bognor Regis

Currently, there are no plans to make any further extensions to the Residents' Parking Scheme (RPS).

If you live within the RPS and would like any changes to be made, refer to the Request or make changes to a Residents’ Parking Scheme page.

View all on-street parking restrictions, such as parking bays, yellow lines and loading bays, that currently apply in Bognor Regis, and when they were introduced or changed, on the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) map.

2 Billingshurst

Currently, there are no plans to make any further extensions to the Residents' Parking Scheme (RPS).

Periodic reviews will take place of the RPS. By reviewing the number of bays allocated to particular uses and the actual suitability of some of the restrictions, we hope to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the scheme for all users.

If you live within the RPS and would like any changes to be made, refer to the Request or make changes to a Residents’ Parking Scheme page.

View all on-street parking restrictions, such as parking bays, yellow lines and loading bays, that currently apply in Billingshurst, and when they were introduced or changed, on the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) map.

3 Chichester

Works to review and extend the Residents’ Parking Scheme in Chichester are due to start in March 2021.

This first phase of improvements will see the alteration of road markings and signs. Details and further information about how the new or extended zones will work, including a map of the areas covered, how/when to apply for permits and how much they will cost, are available on the Chichester District Council website.

If you live within the existing Chichester Residents’ Parking Scheme (RPS) and would like any changes to be made, refer to the Request or make changes to a Residents’ Parking Scheme page.

View all on-street parking restrictions, such as parking bays, yellow lines and loading bays, that currently apply in Chichester and when they were introduced or changed, on the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) map.

4 Crawley

Currently, there are no plans to make any further extensions to the Residents' Parking Scheme (RPS).

A small scale review of the existing scheme is underway. By reviewing the number of bays allocated to particular uses and the actual suitability of some of the restrictions, we hope to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the scheme for all users.

If you live within the RPS and would like any changes to be made, refer to the Request or make changes to a Residents’ Parking Scheme page.

View all on-street parking restrictions, such as parking bays, yellow lines and loading bays, that currently apply in Crawley and when they were introduced or changed, on the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) map.

5 East Grinstead

Currently, there are no plans to make any further extensions to the Residents' Parking Scheme (RPS).

Periodic reviews of the existing waiting restrictions in East Grinstead will take place to try and improve road safety, reduce congestion and provide additional parking spaces where possible.

A consultation took place in April 2019 which identified potential changes to the existing scheme. A report was presented at the County Local Committee on 21 October 2019. Proposals were approved and changes have been implemented.

If you live within the RPS and would like any changes to be made, refer to the Request or make changes to a Residents’ Parking Scheme page.

View all on-street parking restrictions, such as parking bays, yellow lines and loading bays, that currently apply in East Grinstead and when they were introduced or changed, on the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) map.

6 Horsham

Currently, there are no plans to make any further extensions to the Residents' Parking Scheme (RPS).

A small scale review of the existing scheme is currently taking place. Proposals are also being put forward to include some areas within the RPS which weren’t initially included. A decision as to whether these proposals will be introduced and any associated works will take place in 2020.

By reviewing the number of bays allocated to particular uses and the actual suitability of some of the restrictions, we hope to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the scheme for all users. 

If you live within the RPS and would like any changes to be made, refer to the Request or make changes to a Residents’ Parking Scheme page.

View all on-street parking restrictions, such as parking bays, yellow lines and loading bays, that currently apply in Horsham and when they were introduced or changed, on the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) map.

7 Worthing

Currently, there are no plans to make any further extensions to the Residents' Parking Scheme (RPS).

A small scale review of the existing RPS in East Worthing took place in the Autumn of 2018 and the associated works have now been completed. By reviewing the number of bays allocated to particular uses and the actual suitability of some of the restrictions, we hope to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the scheme for all users.

If you live within the RPS and would like any changes to be made, refer to the Request or make changes to a Residents’ Parking Scheme page.

View all on-street parking restrictions, such as parking bays, yellow lines and loading bays, that currently apply in Worthing and when they were introduced or changed, on the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) map.

Last updated:
24 February 2021
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