Review of Parking Zone E and E.ext (Stoke Newington) Consultation

Closed 26 Mar 2018

Opened 12 Feb 2018

Results Updated 10 Apr 2019

Consultation Results

We are pleased to announce that the result of the Stage Four review consultation of parking controls in zone E (Stamford Hill area) has now been confirmed. 

A copy of the approved delegated report which details the decision made by the Council will be attached to our website. Summary leaflets detailing the results of the consultation and final decision made by the Council has been sent out by post to all residents and businesses in the area.



As part of our Parking Enforcement Plan (PEP) we have made a commitment to review existing Parking Zones (PZ) to ensure that the controls in the area continue to meet the needs of residents and businesses.

Parking Services are aware that there have been a number of changes to roads within Parking Zones E and E (ext) since the last review of parking controls were completed in 2011.

The review process is a great opportunity for us to hear about your parking experience within your Parking Zone and to find out whether it’s currently meeting your parking needs.

Why We Are Consulting

Zone E and E ext renaming

In order to simplify parking and reduce confusion to motorists, we will be merging zones E and E Ext and following this consultation all signage throughout the zone will simply refer to “Zone E”.

Currently visitor vouchers and permits are valid in both sections of the zone which means that the renaming of the zone will not have any impact on residents or businesses. To further simplify parking we are also proposing to unify the hours of operation across the zone.

Parking design

To balance the needs of all road users, we are proposing to make some changes to the bay type allocation throughout the zone. We have identified a number of proposals that will improve parking opportunities for local residents and businesses as well as visitors.

If you would like additional changes to be made to the parking restrictions in your zone, please provide your feedback in the comments box within the attached questionnaire. Please be aware that although all comments will be considered, any proposed changes which may impact on safety will not be considered.

What Happens Next

Monday 26 March 2018

Closing date of consultation and last day to return your questionnaire.

February 2019

Due to conflicting priorities the consultation results have been delayed and will now be available in March 2019. A summary consultation pack detailing the results will be sent to all residents and businesses in the area by post and will be available on the Hackney website.


  • Stoke Newington


  • Anyone from any background


  • Parking