Closed 13 Sep 2021

Opened 5 Aug 2021

Feedback updated 5 Apr 2022

We asked

During Aug/Sept 2021 the Traffic Regulation Orders were advertised for the eight areas identified for the University of Birmingham & Hospital Parking Scheme.

You said

As a result of the Traffic Regulation Orders advert, responses have been received both in support and objecting to the proposals. The comments were either specifically about the proposal in one of the eight areas or more wider issue around parking provision in the Hospital or the principle of residents parking. As a result, further development and consultation is required for Area 2C, Area 3A, Area 3D and Area 5 once the issue raised in the consultation have been investigated.

We did

The next step is for the objections to be considered in the remaining areas: Area 1B, Area 2B, Area 3B & Area 3C and whether to accept the objections on their merit or to proceed with the proposal as advertised.

The following Objections Reports are currently in progress: Area 2B, Area 3B & Area 3C.

The Objection Report for Area 1B has been considered and the recommendation to proceed with the proposals as advertised has been approved.

The following Objections Reports are currently in progress: Area 2B, Area 3B & Area 3C and will be considered shortly.

Once a decision has been made the residents will be informed of the decision.


Recent expansions at the University of Birmingham and facilities on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site mean that more people are now travelling to this area. Together with new homes and an increase in car ownership, there are now significant pressures on parking in local streets. This can have a negative impact on access for deliveries, buses and waste vehicles, and on the safety of all road users. Many properties do not have private off-street parking, and so there are increasing demands on the limited supply of public on-street parking spaces.  We are therefore proposing measures that prioritise parking provision for local residents in local streets, and improve access and safety of local roads.

In May 2019, Birmingham City Council carried out a consultation with residents/businesses in the 13 areas regarding the proposed controlled parking measures.

The decision has been made to proceed to Full Business Case stage with the shortlist of eight areas – 3D, 2C, 3C, 1B, 3A, 3B, 5 and 2B - as the priority areas, delivery of which is still subject to final approvals.

About this consultation

This consultation is the formal advertisement of the Traffic Regulation Orders, the legal documentation needed to make changes to the status of the highway (road).

Full details of these proposals are in the draft Orders which, together with the plans and a statement of the Council’s reasons for the proposals, will be made available on request. (Contact Natalia Haberko email:; postal address:
1 Lancaster Circus Queensway, PO Box 14438, Birmingham, B2 2JE or view on website: 

During this consultation, you can make comments on the proposals or submit a formal objection (which must include the grounds for the objection). 

All responses must be received by 13th September 2021.

If you have chosen to object to the proposed orders, you may be contacted by a project officer to further discuss your objection.

If you have any questions about this consultation or need help understanding the plans, please contact

What is included in this consultation?

A Traffic Regulation Order, or TRO is the legal documentation required to make changes to the status of the highway (road). A TRO is often accompanied by a plan (map) showing the proposed measures visually.

For this scheme, we have also included a consultation plan (map), which has no legal status, but which you may find clearer to see the proposed changes - see the link at the bottom of the page.

What is proposed?

On streets where people live, we are proposing a resident permit scheme which operate on different days and times depending on the area - please consult particular drawings for the details. During these times only vehicles displaying a resident parking permit (or resident’s visitor permit) would be allowed to park there. Only local residents will be able to apply for permits. Residents will have to purchase permits at a cost of £19 per year, and £38 per year for additional permits per property.

Business permits would be available to allow local workers to park in the same bays (where applicable), at a cost of £142 per year.

Overview of proposed restrictions:

Harborne Lane    
Harborne (Area 3d)    
OPTION 2 - No waiting at any time and limited waiting    Mon - Sat 8am - 8pm

Metchley Lane    
Edgbaston (Area 2c)    
OPTION 1 - No waiting at any time    

Quinton Road    
Harborne (Area 3c)    
OPTION 1 - Permit parking Mon - Sat 9am - 5pm

First Second Third Avenues
Bournbrook & Selly Park    (Area 1b)    
OPTION 1 - Permit Parking Mon - Fri 8am - 9pm Sat & Sun Noon - 9pm
Sections of 2 hours no return within 2 hours
Mon - Sat 8am - 6pm
Except permit holders

Harborne South     
Harborne (Area 3a)    
OPTION 1 - Permit parking and limited waiting    Mon - Sat 7:45am - 6:45pm

Cross Farm    
Harborne (Area 3b)    
OPTION 1 - Permit parking Mon - Sat 9am - 5pm

Pritchatts Rd    
Edgbaston (Area 2b)    
OPTION 2 - Midday parking restriction Mon - Fri 11am - 12:30pm

Bournville & Cotteridge    (Area 5)    
OPTION 1 - Permit Parking Mon - Sat 8am - 8pm

Next steps

Following consultation feedback, it is possible that the scheme details could change which may affect you. It is not always viable to consult of any future changes arising from this consultation. However, any changes made to the proposals will be posted on this webpage. If you would specifically like to be kept advised of any changes, please indicate this in your response and make sure you provide your email address on the first page of the questionnaire.

Why your views matter

This consultation is on the legal orders required to make changes to the road.


  • Bournbrook & Selly Park
  • Bournville & Cotteridge


  • All residents
  • Councillors/MPs/MEPs
  • Motor Vehicle Drivers
  • Local Residents


  • Older people issues
  • Voluntary Sector
  • Environment
  • Transport (Including Walking)
  • Housing
  • Business
  • Travel