Runnymede parking review 2019

There are a number of stages involved in the review, and these are explained below.

The current stage is: Approval

Advertising of this parking review has now taken place.


During August and September 2019, we were looking once again at on-street parking issues across the borough. These were concerns that have been brought to our attention largely by members of the public, the police, councillors and highway officers since the previous review took place. We visited, assessed, and prioritised requests for new or amended parking controls in 130 different locations across the borough. We then prepared a report of our findings and recommendations.

Committee authorisation

We presented this report of our findings and recommendations to the Runnymede Joint Committee at its meeting on the evening of 25 November 2019. Councillors gave their approval for all the recommendations to be advertised and consulted upon with the public. You can read the report in full on the Runnymede Joint Committee webpage. It is Item number 31/19.

Advertisement and objections

From 28 August until 25 September we formally advertised the proposals. What was proposed and why can still be read on the Statement of Reasons and viewed on the PDF drawings below. The legal notice is also available to read below.

Please note that any Egham town centre proposals will be displayed in the Englefield Green division.


All the feedback that was received during the 28 day formal advertising period, has been collected together into a report. This report has been presented to the Joint Committee Chairman and the County Councillors to read. Taking the feedback submitted into account, together we are deciding on the best way forward and making final recommendations on how to proceed at each location where changes are proposed.

This process is almost complete and the final recommendations will be published in a 'consideration of objections' report on this page soon for everybody to read. Everybody who wrote to us with feedback during the formal advertising stage will be replied to individually informing them of the outcome.


Installing the agreed changes on the roads will then take place.

A final Traffic Regulation Order (TRO), will be made and published, so the changes made in the review then become legally enforceable by Civil Enforcement Officers.

Files available to download