Traffic Regulation Orders and parking consultations
Parking restrictions such as double or single yellow lines and resident parking schemes help us to address local parking problems.
We have to introduce these through a defined legal process called a Traffic Regulation Order. This includes consulting the public and arranging for the physical work to put restrictions in place.
It’s a lengthy process and we have to find funding to cover the costs involved.
Here is information to help you request a new restriction or a review of an existing one, check which schemes are already in place and which we are working on.
Request a new parking restriction or review of an existing parking restriction Toggle accordion
Request a new parking restriction or review of an existing parking restriction
We receive regular requests from residents to review or introduce parking controls. We have introduced a ranking system so that we can prioritise these. Which schemes to introduce and their order is decided by the Car Parking Advisory Panel - a cross political party advisory forum. More information about the panel.
For further information on the process for introducing parking controls and the impact for those living in a controlled area, please see the PDF documents below.
To request a new parking control or to ask for a review of an existing control, please contact us with details of the location and issue.
Current parking consultations Toggle accordion
Scheme Name, Road or Area
Current Consultation Closing Date
Information and Details of Status of Scheme
Residents Parking Review
Preparing final report. Update due June 2021
Amenbury Lane Car Park (Off Street Order Amendment)
13th May 2021
Off Street Order Amendment 2021
Amend off street order to include new sections of Amenbury Lane Car Park
Ladder Roads Clarence Ward
4th June 2021
Amendment to existing Residents scheme
Extension of existing scheme improve road safety and the provision of parking for residents
Comments and objections to be received by the closing date. Contact Us
Residents Letter May 2021 (Doc)
|Marshalswick South Ward||TBC||Introduction of residents parking||Proposal for residents only parking to be announced by the end of June 2021||No current documents|
Signs and lines to be completed by Mid- May 2021
|Thirlestane, St Albans||TBC||Residents Parking Scheme||Original proposals under review|
No current documents
Various Yellow Lines and Disabled Bays (District)
|Closed||Waiting Restrictions||New proposals to be announced shortly||For documents please ema|
|Zone A, St Albans||TBC||Review of Zone||Consultation responses being reviewed. Update expected late 2020||No current documents|
|Zone M and Zone N Parking Review||Closed||Review of Zone||Survey closed, reviewing responses||No current documents|
|Edmund Beaufort Drive (link TBC)||TBC||Residents Parking Scheme||Consultation on residents parking scheme to be extended from 'zone R' to be undertaken Late 2020||No current documents|
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Parking work programme
For details of our current work programme of parking schemes and projects see the PDF documents below.
Traffic Regulation Orders in place
Below are the traffic restrictions in place in the district. Please always check street signs and information to make sure you are parking correctly.
Off Street Traffic Order (Car Parks and other private areas owned or managed by St Albans & District Council) Toggle accordion
Off Street Traffic Order (Car Parks and other private areas owned or managed by St Albans & District Council)
Off Street Variation Orders
Off Street Traffic Regulation Orders
St Albans City & District Consolidation Order 2013 Toggle accordion
Current St Albans City & District Consolidation Order 2013, Please note the Consolidation Order has Map Schedules, due to the number of maps and the size, it is not possible to include these on our website. If you are looking for a location please contact us using the link below.
Additional Traffic Regulation Orders made after or not included in 'The St Albans Consolidation Order 2013' are listed below.