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Changes to Parking Management Plans at RCY - Public Consultation deadline 13 Dec

Updated: Feb 22, 2020

Following the large volume of objections to the previous public consultation on Berkeley Homes' plans for car parking at RCY, revised plans have been submitted to Gosport Borough Council. These proposals will affect everyone who lives and works here.

We now have to consider these latest plans and respond to GBC by Friday, 13th December 2019

The proposals include changes to:

  • Layout of Cooperage Green and North Meadow car parks

  • Visitor, Disabled and Motorcycle Parking

  • Residential Parking Permit charge reduced from £66pa to £60pa

  • Keeping the Ceremonial Gate (Flagstaff Green) closed

There are now clearer proposals for electric car charging points across the site and an indication of plans for changes to lighting and to wayfinding signage.

For more information on the details, visit the Parking: Latest Proposals page on this website

The plans can be viewed at the Town Hall Planning department or online via the GBC Planning Public Access website Quote ref: 17/00290/FULL.

The key documents to look at at are:

  • Car Park Management Plan- Revised

  • Car Park Management Plan Appx01 - Parking Layout

Other documents in the list include details of where they propose to place the multiple parking restriction signs, delivery vehicle tracking/access and so on. Comments from people and other statutory consultees will appear at the top of the list (if you are interested to see what others are saying).

The Residents Association Committee is looking carefully at all these new documents, together with the written answers we finally received from Berkeley Homes last week to questions posed back at the end of August. (click here to download PDF of the questions together with Berkeley Homes' answers).

The Residents Association will be commenting formally to GBC in due course but the more responses the Council receives from individuals and organisations across the site, the more likely it is that they will pay attention.

How to comment on the proposals:

Information on how to comment and what the Planning Department can (and cannot) take into account, is available on the GBC website (click here)

You can comment online or via e-mail to or via post to:

Head of Development Management

Town Hall

High Street


PO12 1EB.

More information as we have it will be posted here and via our mailing list. If you would like to be added to our mailing list, please e-mail us at with your name and address at RCY.

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