Bicycle parking spaces will be rolled out across Camden in spaces previously reserved for cars.

Camden Council made orders on October 23 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.

The orders will revoke sections of resident parking spaces and parking spots specifically for bicycles will be installed.

The plans are published in the public notices section of the Ham&High, and are also available at, a website combining these from across the regional press in the UK.

Locations include Merton Rise, Tasker Road, Maitland Park Villas, Kingsgate Road, Maresfield Gardens and Glenbrook Road.

In most of these streets, 5.5 metre sections will accommodate cycle bays instead.

Ham & High: A Camden Council cycle hangar in Hawley StreetA Camden Council cycle hangar in Hawley Street (Image: Google)

The exception is Glenbrook Road, where a 7.1-metre section of road will be redesignated.

Similar changes will be brought in on Fairhazel Gardens, Lyndhurst Gardens, York Rise, Bartholomew Road, Patshull Place, Fellows Road, Cantelowes Road, Tavistock Square, Augustus Street, and Argyle Square.

In these streets, 5.5 metre sections of permit holder parking spaces will be reassigned for pedal cycle bays.

In Argyle Square, a 12-metre section opposite numbers 43, 44 and 45 is to be allocated for bicycles.

Broadhurst Gardens and Eton Avenue will also see 4.6m extensions to their existing 5.5m e-scooter and cycle hire spaces.

The 5.5-metre hire space will extend by 4.6 metres at Broadhurst Gardens and 4.5 metres at Eton Avenue, overtaking some spots previously reserved for permit holders.

The northernmost 5.5 metre sections of Chesterford Gardens will also be converted.

The same goes for the southernmost 5.5 metre sections of Weedington Road,  to the side of no. 51 Vicar's Road, and Twisden Road, opposite the side of no. 51 Twisden Road.

All these changes are in line with existing legislation that supports alterations which promote more sustainable modes of transportation.

The orders came into force on October 26.

The relevant documents can be viewed online at or by requesting them via

In-person viewings can be arranged by appointment at 5 Pancras Square, London, from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Appointments must be made in advance.

There is a six-week window from the date on which these orders were made, for anyone wishing to question the validity of these changes to apply to the High Court.

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