Runnymede parking review 2021

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

The current stage is: Introduction


During April and May 2021, we shall be looking once again at on-street parking issues across the borough. These will be 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 shall visit, assess, and prioritise requests for new or amended parking controls in different locations across the borough. We shall then prepared a report of our findings and recommendations.

Committee authorisation

We are scheduled to present this report of our findings and recommendations to the Runnymede Joint Committee at its meeting on 7 July 2021 (meeting to be confirmed). Councillors will read, comment and hopefully agree the recommendations in the report giving their approval for all the proposals to be formally advertised and consulted upon with the public.

Advertisement and objections

We shall then formally advertise the proposals and consult with all potentially affected residents. It is anticipated this will take place in the autumn of 2021.

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


All the feedback that is received during the 28 day formal advertising period, is then collected together into a report. The report is presented to the Joint Committee Chairman, the County Councillors and Borough Councillors who sit on the Joint Committee to read. Taking the feedback submitted into account, together we decide on the best way forward and make final decisions on how to proceed at each location where changes are proposed.

When that process is complete and the final decisions are published on this web page for everybody to read. All the people who wrote to us with feedback during the formal advertising stage will be replied to individually informing them of the outcome in due course. These decisions are final.


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.