Plans for a 24-hour CPZ in Rosslyn Crescent and Frognal Avenue look set to be dropped after residents said they were against the move.
Residents were consulted in November on a series of proposals designed to improve parking and road safety in the two streets.
A report on the consultation for the Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel recommends most of the proposals go forward to a new “statutory consultation”.
However, it recommends that the idea of a 24-hour CPZ be abandoned because the majority of local people are against it.
Just 24 per cent of those who responded to the consultation were in favour of extending the current hours of operation.
Residents are expected to be asked again for their views on other measures such as “no loading at any time” restrictions alongside Harrow Mosque in Rosslyn Crescent.