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Hounslow Council is to introduce a controlled parking zone in Grove Park in residential streets around Chiswick mainline rail station in a zone to be called 'Chiswick Station' next month.

It is one of the last areas of Grove Park to have controlled parking, apart from the parade of shops opposite Station House pub.

Since other areas of Grove Park were granted controlled parking status, locals had complained of 'parking creep, particularly from commuters, due to the proximity of their streets with Chiswick Rail station.

The new CPZ will operate between Monday-Friday from 10 am to 12 noon.

Road marking works will commence from Tuesday, 20 August. Residents have been informed by letter of the schedule and also of the costs of permits.

The Council had issued a design consultation last November/December for the area, which produced a considerably lower than anticipated response rate. A total 106 of the 886 properties responded to the consultation. Of the 106 responses, 64 were in favour of being included in a CPZ and 42 were not.

The streets involved are Bolton Road, Cavendish Road, Coniston Close, Devonshire Gardens, Grove Park Road (east to west arm ), Hartington Road, (southern section), The Lindens, Kinnaird Avenue, Spencer Road, Station Approach Road, and Station Gardens.

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August 12, 2019

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