Parking Services

"Delivering a professional and efficient customer-focused parking service for residents and visitors to Gloucestershire whilst providing economic and environmental sustainability"

Parking Reviews

2021 parking review

Parking Review Process

Parking survey data archive

Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) and Traffic Schemes not listed above.

Parking Review Process

Each parking review follows a similar process as outlined below:

  1. Scheme inception - initial data gathering and discussions with local stakeholders;
  2. Informal consultation - consultation with local residents and businesses to find out if local people find parking a problem, if they would like to see changes considered, and if so, what changes.
  3. Statutory consultation - a formal consultation process where we present a detailed proposed scheme. Feedback to this stage will be used to decide if any changes are made.
  4. Implementation (if appropriate) - launch of new scheme.

Details relating to each scheme are provided below:

Cheltenham All Saints & Gloucester Kingsholm Parking Reviews

Current stage: Stage 2 – Informal Consultation August 2021

Gloucestershire County Council is undertaking a review of parking provision in the County. This is to ensure that parking rules are fit for purpose and support planning and transport policies.

Throughout 2020 a review of the parking within Gloucestershire took place. Surveys were undertaken in February and March as well as May and June. This ensured we captured current parking situation before and during the COVID-19 UK wide lockdown.

Gloucestershire County Council believes that introducing a Permit Parking Zone to cover this eastern area of Cheltenham and the Kingsholm area of Gloucester would increase residents’ chance of finding a parking space in their neighbourhood and better manage the kerbside space. Parking permits that prioritise residents and their visitors, will discourage commuters from driving to these areas, from other parts of Gloucestershire, and parking during the daytime for work.

Parking will still be available within the city in off-street car parks, please see Cheltenham Borough Council and Gloucester City Council websites for information regarding off street parking.

This parking review is also looking into the implementation of electric vehicle charging points both on and off street.


2021 Parking Review

The review is in Stage 2 – Informal Consultation meaning that you can have your say on the review. For additional information, please visit the Parking Review webpage that contains an interactive map to view the proposed restrictions, FAQs and a link to fill out the questionnaire to have your say.

 * Please note that the above link to the consultation portal is accessible via smartphone, tablet, Chrome and Edge and it NOT supported by Internet Explorer *

The consultation questionnaire will be open to comments between 31st August 2021 and 15th October 2021.

Hard copies of documents can be requested by emailing your contact details and address to

Traffic Regulation Orders (TRO) and Traffic Schemes

Traffic Regulation Orders (TRO) and Traffic Schemes not listed above.

Parking survey data archive

The following survey data was collected as part of parking reviews as shown below. The data was used to quantify parking issues and understand travel patterns and parking behaviour. (Please note that we are aware that there is a technical issue with the links below which we are looking into and we will correct ASAP).

Stonehouse October 2015
Tewkesbury October 2015
Cheltenham West (West End, Lansdown & Railway) March 2015
Tewkesbury and Winchcombe September 2014
North Cotswold Market Towns November 2013
Cheltenham (Pittville & St Pauls) March 2013
Cirencester April 2012
Gloucester (Inner City) Spring 2011

Email Gloucestershire County Council, Traffic Regulation Orders (TRO) Team:

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