Annual Parking Review - Rural

As part of our Annual Parking Review, we're proposing the below changes to parking restrictions in our rural villages.

You can share your views on the proposals by completing our survey before Friday 21 February. Any objections will be reported to councillors at the Joint Transportation Board on 24 March.

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Location Proposal
Bridge Hill and Bourne Park Road, Bridge 

To introduce double yellow lines opposite the junction to prevent parking in the vicinity of what is now a busy junction.

Church Hill, Harbledown  To introduce double yellow lines to protect the accesses and steps to the church as access highlight markings have not been effective.
Coldharbour Lane, Bridge  To introduce double yellow lines due to HGV parking.
Fordwich Road, Fordwich 

To extend the existing double yellow lines between the bridges as parked cars hinder the flow of traffic.

Hackington Road, Tyler Hill

To introduce double yellow lines outside 32-36 Hackington Road and opposite, as parked cars block visibility and hinder access to and from driveways.

High Street (opposite Union Road), Bridge 

To extend the existing double yellow lines on the north eastern side of the High Street opposite Union Road, up to the boundary of 11-13 High Street, as parked cars obstruct buses.

High Street, (near Brewery Lane), Bridge 

It is proposed to shorten the existing double yellow lines opposite the junction with Brewery Lane and outside 90 High Street, as the yellow lines are no longer needed.

High Street, Sturry 

To create disabled parking bays outside The Swan Inn, to help with access to the chemist and post office.

Island Road, Upstreet 

To introduce a pavement parking ban due to obstructions caused to pedestrians.

Oaks Park, Rough Common

To introduce single yellow lines as cars parked by non-residents obstruct access.

Riverside Close, Bridge  

To introduce double yellow lines at the junction with Patrixbourne Road to keep the crossings clear of parked cars.

School Lane, Bekesbourne 

To introduce double yellow lines in the layby outside Bybrook House and Hop-Pocket to prevent parking in what was intended to be a passing place.

Stour Valley Close, Upstreet

To introduce double yellow lines at the junction with Island Road as parked cars obstruct traffic turning onto the A28.

The Causeway and Railway Hill, Barham 

To introduce double yellow lines at the junction as parked cars obstruct large vehicles and access to a stopcock.

The Street, Kingston 

To create two disabled parking bays at the side of The Barn due to a lack of disabled parking for events.

The Street, Wickhambreaux

To create a disabled parking bay outside the village hall to enable the parent of a child with disabilities to park close to her school.

Union Road and Churchill Close, Bridge  To introduce double yellow lines at the junction, as parked cars obstruct turning movements and large vehicles.
Union Road and Dering Road, Bridge 

To introduce double yellow lines in Dering Road and at the junction with Union Road, as parked cars obstruct turning traffic.