Navigation Way Area (Oxford) Proposed Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ)

Oxfordshire County Council is proposing to formally install a new Minimum Impact (low signage) CPZ in the Navigation Way area in Oxford. It is anticipated that this will help to address the local problems associated with commuter parking and overflow parking from adjacent Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs), and further parking pressures due to SS Philip and St James School and the recreation ground and nearby Port Meadow.

The development of Controlled Parking Zones) CPZs is a key element of the County Council’s Parking Strategy, and forms part of action plans to tackle the problems of congestion identified for Oxford, as well as to improve air quality and the street environment. CPZs restrict the availability of commuter parking in residential streets and encourage commuters to find alternative means of transport both into and within the City. Supported by public transport, walking and cycling improvements, they are an essential tool in managing traffic levels and thereby reducing the effects of traffic congestion. They also ensure that cars are not parked in inappropriate or unsafe places, thereby contributing to road safety and improvements to the street environment.

The operational hours for the Zone for Residents Permit Parking will be 8am to 6.30pm Monday to Saturday, and will include parking places for permit holders (Zone Addresses), which will also be available for non-permit holders but restricted to 2-hour parking between 8am and 6.30pm Monday to Saturdays with no return within 2 hours.

Navigation Way & Aristotle Lane will include parking places for permit holders with Zone addresses between 8am and 6.30pm Monday to Saturday which will also be available for non-permit holders but restricted to 2-hour parking between 8am and 6.30pm Monday to Saturdays with no return within 2 hours. The existing time limited parking places on Aristotle Lane will be replaced by the new provisions.

A time limited No Stopping restriction is proposed over the length of the current School keep clear/’zig-zag’ marking by SS Philip and St James School.

Residents of Navigation Way & Aristotle Lane will be able to apply for annual parking permits and the eligible properties are known as Zone Addresses with a local identifier of `NV`. Residents of Brindley Close and Burgess Mead will NOT be eligible for permits.

Residents permits will be limited to one per resident with a maximum of two permits per property.  A resident may obtain a temporary permit for a replacement vehicle while their permanent vehicle is off the road. A person who is temporarily resident at a Zone Address for work purposes will be eligible for a resident`s permit. A resident who is temporarily resident for study purpose does not qualify.

NOTE: Further details can be found in the Public Notice & Statement of Reasons, which will be available among the other consultation documents when finalised.

Objections to the proposals and other representations, specifying the grounds on which they are made, may be sent in by completing the online questionnaire, via email or in writing (quoting ref: AK/CM/TRO/NavigationWay) to the address below by 30 October 2020The Council will consider objections and representations received in response and they may be disseminated widely for these purposes and made available to the public.

Any unresolved objections will be reported to the Council’s Cabinet meeting due to take place on Thursday 19 November 2020 at 10am at County Hall, Oxford. This will be a public meeting at which members of the public may apply to speak, the papers for the which will be available on the County Council’s website about a week before the meeting.

Please read the information provided on this consultation. Your views and opinions matter. Please take the time to respond.


  • Opened
    1 Oct 2020 at 10:00
  • Closes
    30 Oct 2020 at 23:59



Contact Name Christian Mauz (Technical Officer - Traffic & Road Safety)
Contact Email Address
Contact Phone Number 0345 310 1111
Contact Postal Address Oxfordshire County Council
County Hall
New Road

Consultation Topic
  • Planning
  • Roads & transport
Target Audience
  • Oxfordshire residents
  • Councillors
  • Businesses
  • Schools
Geographical Area
  • Oxford City