Parking news and updates in Woking

Woking electric vehicle recharging points

As part of our on-street charge point rollout, we are proposing the following additional five electric vehicle recharging point locations in Woking Borough. Plans of these proposals are shown in the Woking Electric Vehicle Recharging Points 2023 PDF available at the bottom of this page.

  • Heath Drive, Brookwood. Drawing number 20003.
  • Hipley Street, Old Woking. Drawing number 20031.
  • Lavender Park Road, West Byfleet. Drawing number 20050.
  • Manor Mews Car Park, Old Woking. Drawing number 20032.
  • Rydens Way, Kingfield. Drawing number 20128.

As we provide more recharging points across the county, we help to make it easier for electric vehicle users to charge their vehicles, which encourages other drivers to switch to electric vehicles over time. These additional locations have been considered as part of Surrey's electric vehicle strategy and will help to meet the government's Road to Zero, an ambitious strategy towards delivering zero-emissions transport across the UK.

These proposals are being advertised from 2 February 2023 to 2 March 2023. Street notices will be erected at each location, and any properties immediately fronting the proposed restrictions will be notified by letter. A copy of the notice will also be published in the Woking News and Mail. If you wish to support, comment on, or object to any of these proposals, then please complete our Woking EV 2023 response form by 2 March 2023.

Woking parking review 2022

Site assessments for this parking review were carried out in December 2021 and January 2022.

Following these site visits, we presented a report of recommendation to the 4 April 2022 Joint Committee meeting asking for councillor approval to formally advertise and consult on the proposals we would like to proceed with.

The consultation took place from 24 June until 22 July 2022. Thank you to everybody who participated. All feedback has now been complied into a report. The report has been distributed to councillors to read, and together decisions on how to proceed at each location have been made. The final decisions report has been published on the Woking parking review 2022 web page, and distributed to everybody who participated in the consultation to let them know the outcome.

You can still view a drawing of what changes were advertised on the Woking parking review 2022 web page. Drawings are displayed towards the bottom of the page and by County Councillor division.

All the lining and signing orders have been raised with our contractors and we wait for the installation to be carried out soon.

Files available to download