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Chichester Parking Management Plan

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There are growing pressures on the on-street parking space within Chichester.

The County Council has therefore piloted a new approach that seeks to create a longer term plan to meet current and future on-street parking demands across the city as well as support economic development, improve safety and promote more sustainable forms of transport.

The County Council would like the general public to be able to view and comment on the initial PMP (Parking Management Plan) proposals. The public consultation begins on Friday 1st March 2019 and ends on the 31st March 2019. In addition to the web page, hard copies of the proposals, the FAQs document and comments form (and a returns box) are available at Chichester Library and Chichester District Council Offices. Some drop-in sessions have also been arranged as detailed under the events section below.

The County Council is keen to stress that no decisions have been made yet and nothing be implemented directly as a result of this consultation. If there is initial support for the proposals, there will be at least one further consultation exercise later in 2019.

Read more about the proposal