Proposed disabled bay outside 5 Grafton Road

Closed 15 Jun 2021

Opened 20 May 2021


The council propose to provide a new dedicated disabled bay outside No.5 Grafton Road.  This change will cause the existing resident permit holder bay to move further north, where double yellow lines are currently. This will ensure no resident permit holder bays are lost.

These proposals follow a request from a resident in Prince of Wales Road who has been assessed by an independent occupational therapist and has met our criteria for a dedicated disabled bay. Dedicated disabled parking bays are allocated to residents who have demonstrated a need to park close to their home, and where existing bays are often occupied and less accessible.
Whilst Camden Council understand that it is sometimes difficult for non-disabled residents to park their cars around Grafton Road, it can be even more challenging for those with disabilities. It is therefore important to provide this dedicated disabled bay to help the resident to live an independent and active life in the local community.

A sketch of the proposal can be found in the linked consultation letter.


Please submit your response to this consultation no later than 15.06.21 via one of the following two options below:

Option 1 Email – submit your response via email to:

Option 2 Post – submit your response using the following address: Freepost LBC TRANSPORT STRATEGY

Please Note: if you are responding on behalf of an organisation, only ONE reply will be accepted. You must give your full postal address when responding to the consultation if you want us to consider your views.




What happens next

Following the completion of the public consultation a decision will be made by the Director of Environment and Sustainability on how to proceed.


  • Kentish Town


  • Businesses
  • Carers
  • Community and voluntary groups
  • Councillors
  • Disabled people
  • Health service users
  • Local groups and organisations
  • Residents
  • Statutory Groups
  • Ward Councillors


  • Community and living
  • Environment
  • Social care and health
  • Transport and streets