South Chiswick Liveable Neighbourhood

Staveley Road and Burlington Lane


Background to Staveley Road and Burlington Lane

A “school street” for Chiswick School was introduced on Staveley Road (between its junctions with Great Chertsey Road and Burlington Lane) as a trial to encourage more journeys to school being made by walking and cycling.

This was replaced in late January 2022 by an access restriction to general traffic, operating from 8am to 7pm (Mondays to Saturdays) except for buses and permit holders. In addition, as part of the trial, Burlington Lane was made ‘no entry’ at its junction with the A316/Great Chertsey Road, meaning that it is restricted to all traffic. This decision was taken to achieve a uniform and consistent approach across the local road network and was implemented on a trial basis through a new Experimental Traffic Management Order.

A consultation ran alongside the trial and this came to an end on 7 September 2022. The council will be considering the feedback received on the trial from road users, residents, businesses and other stakeholders, alongside traffic data collected, in order to assess the impact of the schemes and before determining whether the trial should be extended, made permanent or removed.  

Recent updates – September 2022

On 3 August 2022, a Chief Officer Decision (COD) paper was published on our website, which approved some changes to access restrictions in South Chiswick.

The main change approved by the above COD, was for the amalgamation of the Staveley Road and the Hartington Road access restrictions.

Therefore, from 21 September 2022 both access restrictions will be amalgamated into one permit scheme.

This will provide access to all residents and businesses and other existing exemption permit holders in the following controlled parking zone (CPZ) areas, including those addresses in the area to the east of the A316 (between and including Boston Gardens (to the north) and Staveley Gardens (to the south)).

  • ‘Grove Park’ CPZ (GP)
  • ‘Fauconberg Road’ CPZ (FR)
  • ‘Riverview’ CPZ (RV)
  • ‘Chiswick Station’ CPZ (CS)
  • ‘Strand on the Green’ CPZ (SOtG)

Operational hours of the combined scheme will remain: 8am – 7pm (Monday – Saturday).

Residents and businesses can register their vehicles via a short e-form found via our ‘vehicle access permit application’ page. Please find a link to this page in the box below – where further information on eligibility is also found.

Please note – there is no need to re-apply for a vehicle exemption if you have previously applied for your vehicle, to either the Staveley Road, or Hartington Road access restrictions. Vehicle details will be transferred over to a combined exemption list on 21 September and there is no need to re-apply. For those who do not have internet access, please call 020 8583 3322 to leave a message with your details, a member of the team will get back to you.

Further detail on the COD including reasons behind that decision can be found on our website (see 3rd August entry, Item 15):

More information on registering vehicles can be found in the box below:

Access permit information

Check your eligibility for an access permit

Vehicle access permit application page

Access for visitors or deliveries are not permitted, these vehicles will need to find an alternative route via the A316, A4 and Sutton Court Road.

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