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Exmouth Residents Parking

In 2019, Devon County Council ran a consultation to measure the support for a residents’ parking scheme in certain areas in Exmouth. This was in response to requests from residents of these areas and reports that they are experiencing difficulties with the current on-street parking that is taking place.

The results of this consultation were presented to the East Devon Highways and Traffic Orders Committee on 4 December 2020 where it was resolved that detailed proposals would be consulted upon during 2022.

Devon County Council ran a formal Traffic Regulation Order consultation into the detailed proposals between 3rd and 24 August 2022. Further details of the consultation can be found on the below document links or alternatively via the specific consultation webpage.

How do I respond?

Click here to open the consultation webpage

The consultation ran between 3 August 2022 and 24 August 2022 and is now closed.


Zone A – Colonies Area : Ref 5985

Zone B – Withycombe Road Area : Ref 5986

Zone C – St Andrews Road Area : Ref 5987

Zone D – Albion Hill Area : Ref 5988

Zone E – Carter Avenue Area : Ref 5989

A copy of the consultation postcard that has been send to all affected properties can be viewed here.

Next Steps

Following the consultation, the responses submitted have been reviewed by officers in discussion with the local members and a report have been presented to the East Devon Highways and Traffic Orders Committee on 9 December 2022.

In summary, the committee has resolved

  • that the restrictions for the Colonies area (ref 5985) and St Andrews Road area (ref 5987) be implemented as advertised;
  • that the following roads in the Albion Hill area (ref 5988) are not included in the residents parking scheme, but the remaining restrictions are implemented as advertised
    • Ryll Grove, Ryll Close, Marpool Hill, Albion Hill, Westward Drive, Gussiford Lane, Raleigh Road, Hartley Road, Rolle Road and the southern end of South
  • that only the no waiting restrictions are implemented in the Withycombe Road area (ref 5986) and Southern Road (Ref 5989)
  • that a report be brought back to the Committee in December 2023 to review the restrictions.


For information, details of the previous consultation can be found on our 2019 informal consultation page.