Coates Lane - High Wycombe - Verge Parking Restriction

Closed 21 Jun 2024

Opened 17 May 2024


Buckinghamshire Highways are proposing to introduce ‘no verge parking’ restrictions on Coates Lane between Disraeli Crescent and Wyndham Avenue. This would restrict verge parking on the east side of the road, preventing damage to grass verge, while also providing a traffic calming measure as vehicles would have to park fully on the carriageway. A short 15 metre length of double yellow lines is proposed in the centre of this section to provide space to allow opposing vehicles to pass.

In addition to restricting verge parking, further double yellow line restrictions are proposed from Disraeli Crescent eastwards to the existing double yellow lines at Tancred Road. These restrictions would prevent vehicles parking around the bend and detrimentally affecting visibility.

Double yellow lines are also proposed on Disraeli Crescent and Wyndham Avenue junctions with Coates Lane preventing vehicles from parking there. To provide some parking spaces – and a traffic calming measure when occupied – a short length of existing double yellow lines will be removed from Coates Lane near the Hughenden Park playground.

Please refer to the attached layout plan showing the location and extent of proposed works.

We invite you to let us have your views on the proposed parking/waiting restrictions.

Additional documents

Please see additional consultation documents and a copy of the site plan below. 

Consultation documents are also available to view in our office from Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm at Buckinghamshire Council, Council Access Plus, Walton Street Offices, Walton Street, Aylesbury, HP20 1UA.

How to have your say

You can tell us your views in one of the following ways:

  • the online comment form below
  • by email us at
  • write to us at Buckinghamshire Council, Parking Services Team, Walton Street Office, Walton Street, Aylesbury, HP20 1UA

If you have any questions about this activity, please email us at or phone us on 01296 383700.

Please tell us your views by midnight on Friday 21st June.

What happens next

We will consider all responses and prepare a recommendation report based on the feedback to the decision makers.

If you provide your email address or other contact details with your comments, we will contact you about the decision once it has been made. The results of the consultation and decision will also be published on this webpage.


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