1 November 2014. At the request of some residents parking proposal two extend the hours of parking in Elmgrove Road Subject to consultation, Surrey intends to install parking restrictions in the spring. The consultation ends on Friday 28 November 2014. Give your comments here. For further information click here.
The black zigzag lines means the revocation of current restrictions. Continuous red line means no waiting at any time, red dashed lines means residents’ only or 2 hours parking Mon-Sat, 9:00 to 18:00, blue dashed line means residents’ only parking Mon-Sat, 9:00 to 18:00. Brown as existing.
23 February 2014. Surrey has received requests for minor changes to the parking bays – some extensions and some reductions. Also for Elmgrove Mews residents (45c to 45h Elmgrove Road) to be included in the local resident’s parking scheme (Holstein zone – scheme F).
3 October 2013 – proposed parking restriction changes. Surrey proposes the following change: allow residents of Elmgrove Mews (Elmgrove Road) to be eligible to apply for permits for area F (Holstein Avenue) – to allow residents to park near their homes.
20 December 2012. Surrey has made its final decision on parking in Elmgrove Road. Its original proposals have been watered down. The Holstein Avenue restrictions “F” will be extended to almost all of Elmgrove Road from 10:00 to 2:00 Monday to Saturday. A stretch of Elmgrove Road on the south side at the Dorchester Road end will be left unrestricted. See details below.
27 September. Weybridge North councillors and the Surrey parking officer met to discuss the results of the latest parking proposals in the ward. Elmgrove Road presents a problem because the majority of people in the street prefer residents parking and the majority of people in the area generally do not.
In the situation Ramon Gray and I agreed that the advertised proposals for Elmgrove Road were too extensive and we asked Surrey to come back with more modest suggestions. It was thought that restrictions would not be imposed at the Dorchester Road end in any case and that probably the restrictions could be limited to two hours either in the morning, say 9:00 to 11:00, or the afternoon (15:00 to 17:00) or even one hour in the morning (9:00-10:00) and one hour in the afternoon (16:00-17:00).
Feedback would be welcome. It was thought that the hours could be extended next time if these measures were insufficient. Any dropped kerbs marked with yellow lines need not be applied.