Annual Parking Review 2019 – Whitstable

View the proposed changes to parking in Whitstable below:

Road Proposer Proposal Reason
General CCC Transport and Environment Increase permit prices by 8%, in line with inflation The increase is in line with inflation and is intended to address the rising costs of parking enforcement and management.
General CCC Transport and Environment Increase the charges for on-street pay and display parking by 10p per hour The increase is in line with inflation and is intended to address the rising costs of parking enforcement and management.
Foxgrove Road CCC Councillor Extend double yellow lines Parked cars cause obstructions to the junction and visibility issues.
Summerfield Avenue Ward Councillor Double yellow lines Cars parked on the bend hinder visibility
Queens Road Ward Councillor Extend double yellow lines Parked cars obstruct the flow of traffic close to the junction
Castle Road, outside numbers 28 to 38 Member of the public Extend double yellow lines Parked cars obstruct the flow of traffic close to the junction
Clare Road Resident Double yellow lines Issues with access to rear access road
Cromwell Road Resident Double yellow lines Parked cars obstruct a resident’s vehicular access
Stream Walk Member of the public Pavement parking ban Cars should not be parked on the pavement
Hamilton Road Hamilton Road Church Change single yellow line to double yellow line Parked cars cause problems with access to the church
High Street Ward Councillor Allow blue badge parking in taxi rank Taxis do not need to use the rank during the day.
Gorrell Road Resident Extend double yellow lines Parked cars hinder access to a resident’s drive
Millstrood Road Resident Extend double yellow lines Parked cars force traffic on to the wrong side of the road on the bend
Seymour Avenue Resident Reduce length of double yellow lines The restriction appears to be unnecessary at this location.
Glebe Way Resident Extend double yellow lines Parked cars obstruct access to Glebe Way
Joy Lane and Shamrock Avenue Member of the public Double yellow lines Cars should not be parked on the junction
Long Reach Close and Sherwood Drive Member of the public Double yellow lines Cars should not be parked on the junction
Old Thanet Way Resident Parking restrictions Parking by lorries leads to environmental issues
Olympia Way, Belon Drive and Pacific Close Residents’ group Double yellow lines Residents are concerned about parked cars obstructing access, particularly for large vehicles
Thanet Way Service Road Local employee/ CCC Enforcement Double yellow lines Parked cars obstruct the flow of traffic
Castle Road, outside numbers 5 to 7 Resident Double yellow lines To create a passing place
Gladstone Road Proposed by CCC Transport & Environment Electric vehicle charging points To provide a facility to charge electric vehicles

 

View the deposit documents here.

View the deposit documents for proposed changes to pavement and verge parking restrictions.

You can have your say on any of the above proposals by completing our questionnaire before Friday 15 February at 12pm.

Any objections received will be reported to the Canterbury, Herne Bay and Whitstable forums and the Joint Transportation Board on Thursday 21 March where councillors will decide which of the proposals to implement.