Last updated:
17 August 2017

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).

It is envisaged that a small scale review of the existing RPS will take place in the summer of 2017. 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 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).

A small scale review of the existing RPS will take place in the spring of 2017. 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

Working in partnership with Chichester District Council, we have undertaken a Road Space Audit for Chichester.

The aim is to create a longer term plan to meet current and future on-street parking demands. This plan defines how our approach to parking can help support alternative travel solutions (bus, rail, cycle, walk), infrastructure improvements, safety considerations and development (for example, housing).

Both West Sussex County Council (WSCC) and Chichester District Council (CDC) are keen for the general public to be able to read and comment on the Road Space Audit and a consultation is taking place from early August until the end of October 2017.

A small scale review of the existing Residents’ Parking Scheme (RPS) took place in early 2017. By reviewing the number of bays allocated to particular uses and the actual suitability of some of the restrictions, we have sought to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the scheme for all users.

Works to implement the changes have now been completed and there are no current 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 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).

It is envisaged that a small scale review of the existing RPS will take place in the summer of 2017. 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).

We have recently undertaken a review of the existing waiting restrictions in East Grinstead and put forward proposals to try and improve road safety, reduce congestion and provide additional parking spaces where possible. These proposals have now been approved and it is envisaged that the associated works to introduce the changes will take place in the spring of 2017.

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 public consultation is running from 27 July until 17 August 2017 to ascertain whether any changes need to be made to the existing hours of restriction in Zone A. A number of minor changes are also being proposed within the existing 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. Find further details on the Horsham North - Live TRO consultations page.

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).

We have recently undertaken a review of the existing waiting restrictions in Zones D-L and put forward proposals to try and provide additional parking spaces where possible. These proposals have now been approved and it is envisaged that the associated works to introduce the changes will take place in the spring of 2017.

It is envisaged that a small scale review of the existing RPS in East Worthing will take place in the Spring of 2017. 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.

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