Elm Farm, Aylesbury - Parking Restrictions Informal Consultation

Closes 31 Jul 2024

Opened 10 Jul 2024


Buckinghamshire Highways are proposing to implement a number of parking restrictions on several roads in the Elm Farm Estate in Aylesbury. These restrictions would be aimed at supporting the bus operators that service the estate. In addition, the restrictions aim to regulate the parking & movement of vehicular traffic outside the school, and enable to improve the turnover of available parking spaces outside of the local amenities.

We would like to hear your views on the proposals, as part of this Informal Consultation. Your responses will help the Council understand the local parking needs of the community, and will assist the final proposals, which will be considered as part of the future Statutory Consultation.

Our Proposals

As a result of the issues raised by the bus operators, we have proposed several types of restrictions across various roads in the area.

The roads and proposed restrictions are shown in the following table below:

List of affected roads and their proposed parking restrictions
Affected Road(s) Proposed Restrictions
Ashford Close, Charmfield Road, Dalesford Road, Elm Farm Road, Hazelhurst Drive, Hillary Close, Lynwood Road, Mellstock Road, Pemberton Close, Waivers Way No Waiting at Any Time (Double Yellow Lines) - To be effective 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Elm Farm Road, Waivers Way No Waiting Mon - Sat 8am - 10pm
Hazelhurst Drive No Stopping Mon - Fri 8am - 5pm On Entrance Markings
Elm Farm Road, Hazelhurst Drive No Loading Mon - Sat 8am - 10pm
Elm Farm Road, Hazelhurst Drive Limited Waiting (Mon - Sat, 8am - 10pm; 4hrs No Return Within 4hrs)
Mellstock Road (next to 14 Sunderland Walk) Disabled Badge Holders Only

We are also proposing to revoke an exising restriction on Hazelhurst Drive:

Affected road and the proposed revocation
Affected Road Proposed Revocation
Hazelhurst Drive No Stopping on Entrance Markings

Related documents

You can view the plans and related documents by clicking on the links below:

  1. Draft Restriction Map Tiles (4.804MB) - Please note the following: Our proposals are shown with a red text background. Any restrictions with a blue text background are existing restrictions, and are not included in this Informal Consultation. Restrictions with a green text background is our proposal to remove (revoke).
  2. Letter to Residents
  3. Site Notice

How to have your say

You can comment on the proposals in one of the following ways:

  • Complete the online survey using the link at the end of this page.
  • Email us at: parkingTRO@buckinghamshire.gov.uk
  • Write to us at Design Services, Buckinghamshire Highways, Floor 10, Buckinghamshire Council Walton Street Offices, Walton Street, Aylesbury, HP20 1UA.

If you have any questions about this consultation, please email us at parkingTRO@buckinghamshire.gov.uk.

Please tell us of your views by 11:59pm on Wednesday 31st of July 2024.

What happens next

We will consider all the responses and develop the parking proposals based on the comments received from residents and businesses.

If the results show that amendments to these proposals are required, then we will begin the process of changing these proposals. Once done, we will then undertake a Formal (Statutory) Consultation, where we will once again contact you to seek your views.

All responses to this informal consultation will be reviewed, further consultations will be required in order for a formal decision to be made on any proposed restrictions by the Head of Highways and Cabinet Member for Transport.


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Elm Farm, Aylesbury Parking Restrictions Informal Consultation Survey


  • Aylesbury


  • Transport
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