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Surrey Heath parking review 2019

There are a number of stages involved in the review, these are shown below. Due to the number of stages in the review, it takes about one year to complete a parking review from start to finish.

The current stage is Advertisement and objections

  1. Introduction
  2. Committee authorisation
  3. Advertisement and objections
  4. Approval
  5. Implementation


The 2019 parking review took place over March and April 2019, and was presented to Surrey Heath local committee in June 2019.

Committee authorisation

The 2019 review was presented to Surrey Heath local committee on 13 June 2019. All locations were agreed for advertisement, along with an additional location for double yellow lines opposite the limited waiting bay outside 56 to 64 Guildford Road, Lightwater.

We are advertising the agreed parking proposals from 13 November to 11 December 2019. This includes the publishing of a formal notice in a local newspaper; street notices being erected on site at each location; plus drawings and a statement of reasons being available to view at libraries across the borough, and also at Surrey Heath Borough Council offices. Those properties immediately fronting locations where changes are proposed will be notified individually by letter.

Plans of the proposed parking restrictions, along with the committee report, statement of reasons and full legal notice are all available to download and view at the bottom of this page.

If you wish to support, comment or object to any of the proposals, then please complete our online form. Alternatively, you can write to us via the following address: Surrey Heath Parking Review 2019, Parking Team, Hazel House, Merrow Lane, Guildford, GU4 7BQ.


All objections, support and comment responses will be compiled into a 'Consideration of objections' report, which will include a recommendation on how to proceed at each location. Members have to agree the recommendations before installation can begin.


All agreed restrictions will be installed on the ground in the first quarter of 2020.

Files available to download