All the roads in Chichester where you'll need a parking permit from June

Works to roll out controlled parking zones (CPZ) across Chichester city has taken place, with the scheme going live on June 1.

Thursday, 13th May 2021, 2:05 pm
Updated Thursday, 13th May 2021, 2:37 pm
New signage and road markings at one of the extended parking zones in Chichester

The areas affected by the CPZ extension works are: Donnington (new Zone A), Whyke (extension to existing Zone F), The Hornet (extension to existing Zone H), Little Breach (extension to existing Zone N), and Swanfield (new Zone S).

New waiting restrictions are also being introduced in various roads such as Lavant Road, Summersdale Road, St James Road, Oving Road and Florence Road.

West Sussex County Council said benefits would include: priority for residents and their visitors; less traffic congestion and pollution arising due to vehicles ‘searching’ for parking spaces in uncontrolled areas; and improved arrangements for Blue Badge holders in residential areas.

A full list of all the roads affected is given below.

West Sussex County Council said the new arrangements will become fully operational (with enforcement taking place) from June.

Penalty Charge Notices can be issued to vehicles parked incorrectly as soon as enforcement begins so motorists should make sure they understand the restrictions in place and have a permit to park if required.

The CPZ will be administered by Chichester District Council, which also oversees the enforcement of all on-street restrictions across the district on the County Council’s behalf.

The district council has set up new online systems to deal with new permit applications for residents in Zones A, F, H, N and S

For full details on how the new CPZ will work, including a map of the areas covered, how to apply for permits and how much they will cost, visit: www.chichester.gov.uk/controlledparkingzoneextension

Which roads are included in the new CPZ?

Zone A (new zone) includes:

Belgrave Crescent, Birdham Road, Bywater Way, Crosbie Close, Croy Close, Cutfield Close, Deer Close, Forge Close, Gordon Avenue, Graydon Avenue, Grenville Gardens, Grosvenor Road, Manor Close, Marden Avenue, Poyntz Close, Selsey Road, Southfields Close, St Georges Drive, Stockbridge Gardens, Stockbridge Road, The Meadows, Turnpike Close, Upton Road, Waterside Drive and Wiston Avenue.

Zone F will now be extended to include:

Cawley Road, Ormonde Avenue, Peter Weston Place, Quest Close, Velyn Avenue and Winden Avenue.

Zone H will now be extended to include:

Needlemakers, St Agnes Place, St Pancras and The Hornet.

Zone N will now be extended to include:

Broyle Close, Broyle Road, Infirmary Terrace, King George Gardens, Little Breach (all), Springbank and Wellington Road.

Zone S (new zone) includes:

Badger Walk, Barnfield Drive, Baxendale Road, Bostock Road, Bradshaw Road, Carse Road, Conduit Mead, Cornflower Close, Graylingwell Drive, Harvester Close, Kidd Road, Kingsmead Avenue, Lime Close, Mansergh Road, Millfield Close, Morants Close, Palmers Field Avenue, Peacock Close, Seddon Close, Sloe Close, Southdown Close, Spitalfield Lane (part only), Stephens Close, Story Road, Swanfield Drive, Tenacre Close, The Pitcroft, The Waterplat and Westhampnett Road (part only).

What roads are affected by new waiting restrictions?

Lengths of: Gilbert Road, Carleton Road, Montagu Road, Otter Close, Lavant Road, Hunters Way, Plainwood Close, The Avenue, Summersdale Road, Church Road, St James Road, Oving Road, Westhampnett Road, Florence Road, Lake Road, Claypit Lane, Stane Street, Coach Road, Old Arundel Road.