South West Chilterns Parking Review - Informal consultation

Closed 18 Dec 2022

Opened 21 Nov 2022


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We are seeking residents’ views on whether they would support or object to the principle of:

Henley Road, Marlow

  • Introduce double yellow line (No waiting at any time) restrictions on Henley Road outside numbers 4 to 6 to deal with inappropriate parking to improve road safety and accessibility.

Oakfield Road, Bourne End

  • Removing the limited waiting parking bay and replacing it with double yellow lines (No waiting at any time) outside the CO-OP, to improve road safety, accessibility and parking efficiency.

Wycombe Lane, Wooburn Green

  • Introducing double yellow lines (no waiting at any time) and unrestricted parking bays, to deal with inappropriate parking, improve road safety, accessibility and parking efficiency.

At this ‘informal consultation’ stage we are putting forward some questions to determine the level of support. No decision has been made at this point.

We invite residents of Henley Road in Marlow, Oakfield Road in Bourne End and Wycombe Lane in Wooburn Green and the roads around the each of the locations to let us have your views on the proposals.

How to have your say

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

  • Complete the online comment form using the link at the end of the page
  • 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 Sunday 18 December 2022.

What happens next

The purpose of this informal consultation is to ascertain what parking problems are present in the above named roads and the results will feed into a feasibility study that will explore the options available to overcome the problems being experienced.

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.


We will use the information you provide only for the purpose of this consultation. We will store the information securely, in line with data protection laws. The law states that we must make responses available for public inspection, but we will not share or publish any personal details. Please visit the Privacy page to read our full privacy notice.


  • South West Chilterns


  • Transport
  • Roads & parking