Changes to controlled parking zones (CPZs) in two parts of West Kensington will come into effect in October.
The changes by Hammersmith and Fulham Council follow a consultation with residents living near Olympia, near parking zones B and E.
They are asked what improvement they would like to see to improve parking near their homes.
After analysing the feedback, the council is splitting both zones with a sub-zone, which has slightly different controls to the remainder.
Cllr Wesley Harcourt, head of environment, transport and residents’ services at H&F, said: “We are determined to provide parking controls that best meet the needs of residents, their visitors and local businesses.
“It is very difficult to strike a balance which suits everyone and we understand the importance of listening to what residents tell us, so we hope these changes will help everyone find a space when they need one.”
Possible changes to parking in Zone D, also in West Kensington, were also consulted on earlier this year. Proposals for those changes are expected in the coming months.
Existing CPZ B and E permits will cover the new sub-zones, so motorists will not have to apply for new permits.
CPZ B will now become B and BB. Controls in B will be in place 9am-7pm, seven days a week, with a two-hour maximum stay. Zone BB controls will be from 9am-6pm weekdays only with no maximum stay.
Similarly, Zone E will be split into E and EE. Zone E controls will be in place daily from 9am-8pm with a two-hour maximum stay. For Zone EE they will be 9am-8pm, Monday to Friday, with no maximum stay.
The changes to zone B will be implemented from October 17, with Zone E coming into effect seven days later (October 24).