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Oldfield Park and Westmoreland RPZ: Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) consultation

Scheme overview

This proposed Residents' Parking Zone (RPZ) plan reflects the needs and wishes of local residents, as expressed in the feedback we received during our last consultation, in October and November 2021.

View the consultation report

Where the RPZ will apply

We are proposing to introduce a Residents' Parking Zone, with a new range of parking permits for the Oldfield Park and Westmoreland area. Our map shows the boundary of the proposed zone.

Please note that this is a map of the zone boundary, not the final RPZ design. You can view the final design on the project timeline

Map of the Oldfield Park and Westmoreland area Residents Parking Zone boundary

How the RPZ will operate

Within the RPZ, we mark all parts of the road in one of the following ways: 

  • Permit Holder Only parking bays (unlimited duration parking)

  • Dual Use parking bays (up to 2 or 3 hours parking for non-permit holders, or unlimited parking for permit holders) 

  • Waiting parking bays (up to 1 hour for any user) 

  • Parking restrictions (yellow lines) on parts of the road where there are no parking bays

We are proposing that the zone will operate from 8am to 6pm, 7 days a week, excluding Bank Holidays. Yellow line parking restrictions will operate at all times.

We have listened to your feedback

We have made a number of amendments to the proposals as a result of the feedback we received during the first stage of consultation. The changes are summarised in the document below. These include bringing the parking spaces currently managed by Curo in Durley Park into the scheme as permit parking bays.

Read about the changes we have made

View the locations of bays and restrictions in detail

You can explore the details of the Traffic Regulation Order proposal on our interactive map below. We have decided the locations of proposed parking bays and parking restrictions, based on detailed safety assessments of the roads covered by the scheme, and your feedback from our previous consultation.

Instructions on how to use our mapping tool
For an interactive map of the project area, use the button below. On the map, you can click on any section of the marked scheme roads, to see the type of bay, or parking restriction, that we are proposing.

View the proposed changes in detail on a map