Fulwood Gardens CPZ Consultation

Closed 1 May 2022

Opened 17 Mar 2022


The Council is consulting residents about whether or not they would support  adding Fulwood Gardens to the Cole Parking Controlled Parking (Zone C) - see map here.

Should a CPZ be introduced, residents and their visitors wishing to park on street during the operational times of the CPZ will be required to purchase / display a valid parking permit. 

You would not be able to purchase a permit if you live in a property subject to a S106 Planning Agreement, which restricts or prohibits the issue of permits.


Details of the parking permit prices from 1 April 2022 are as follows: 

Resident and Business permits 

The Resident and Business permit prices are for the 1st permit issued per Household/Business for one year. Subsequent permits purchased per Household/Business per year are approximately 50% more for the 2nd permit issued and approximately 50% more again for 3rd and subsequent permits issued per Household/Business. 

Resident visitor permits 

Resident visitor permits (scratch cards) are available at half the standard price to the over 60s. These permits must be validated for the relevant time period. 

Please note that parking charges are reviewed annually. 

Have your say

Please give us your views by completing the online survey below.

If you are unable to complete the survey online and you would like a paper copy of the questionnaire, please call 020 8871 8929 leaving your name and address and quoting reference ‘Fulwood Gardens consultation’ and one will be posted out to you with a postage paid return envelope.

The Council would like to demonstrate that any extension to the CPZ has the support of residents so a good response is very important, although the Council will not base its decision on residents’ wishes alone. 

Further information

Results from the previous consultation can be found here:

Fulwood Gardens CPZ webpage

Further information about CPZs and parking charges can be found here:

General CPZ webpages

Alternatively you can call the Council's Customer Service Centre on 020 8891 1411.

What happens next?

All feedback to this consultation will be considered by the Council along with all relevant traffic management and other highway factors, prior to a decision being made on the way forward.



  • Residents
  • Businesses
  • Landlords


  • Richmond Borough