Traffic Regulation Order at Stanmer Park
- The consultation period has been extended for a further four weeks, until Friday 29 May 2020, to give the public more time to respond during the current Covid-19 situation.
The restoration project aims to improve access for all.
Managing car parking will protect this important heritage park's sensitive environment and preserve its visual appeal. Car parking income would contribute directly to maintaining and managing the park. It would also contribute to encouraging more sustainable travel to, and around, Stanmer Park - including walking, cycling and use of the weekend and bank holiday 78 bus service.
The restoration project includes a number of physical enhancements designed to support and enable more sustainable transport choices:
- a 'green drive' shared use pedestrian/cycle path which will run alongside the main driveway through the park;
- a new information kiosk at the Lower Lodges offering cycle hire;
- a park-wide interpretation strategy including directional and information signage for new park-wide walking and cycle trails - and links to walks and routes beyond the park;
- additional cycle parking facilities.
View and comment on the TRO as follows:
- online at www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/tro-proposals
- see noticeboards at Stanmer Park, at the Lower Lodges, opposite the Tea Rooms and in the Upper Lodges car park area
- in writing to: Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture, Brighton & Hove City Council, Parking Infrastructure, G40 Hove Town Hall, Norton Road, Hove BN3 3BQ
- by email to email@example.com .
Comments must be received by Friday 29 May.
The restoration story so far
Follow the project's progress by reading the city council's issued news stories below.