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Have your say on Croydon's draft parking policy

Why are we doing this?

Parking affects almost everyone that lives, works or visits Croydon. The competition for road space from pedestrians, cyclists, vehicles and parking is growing, in particular in areas where new homes are being built and outside schools.

The draft parking policy sets out the aims and objectives for 2019 to 2022 for parking services; to manage the demand, improve air quality in Croydon by encouraging less reliance on cars and the use of lower emitting vehicles, and improving safety outside the borough’s schools.


What do we want to know?

We want to hear your views on our draft parking policy.

Below you will find the full and summary versions of the draft policy. The summary version focusses on the new objectives for parking services, with the business as usual activity removed.

Please have your say by 11.59pm on Sunday 5 May.

All responses received will be reviewed and will help us finalise the policy which we will publish in July.


What we found out
What difference has it made?

Contact (for more details)

Frede Jensen

Start date
08 Apr 2019
End date
05 May 2019
Report available by
Due 07 July 2019
Who can take part?
All - everyone invited to take part
Topic Area
Parking, streets and transport
London Borough of Croydon


Draft parking policy 19-22 - summary version


Draft parking policy 19-22


Cabinet report parking policy 19-22