The club are encouraging supporters to be part of the consultation process on a proposal to introduce matchday parking restrictions and additional controls in the areas surrounding The Valley.
The Royal Borough of Greenwich Council proposal is currently going through a period of consultation which will close on Wednesday, November 8th at 5pm. To read more information about the proposals, click here.
Charlton’s Managing Director and Chairman of the Board James Rodwell said: “We know this is an important topic for many of our supporters and that the changes proposed would have an impact on how accessible Charlton games are for some of our fans.
“We have been in communication with the council and advised them that many fans use public transport, the well-established Valley Express coach service and bikes to get to games but that some fans won’t be able to get to games if there isn’t the option to park near the stadium.
"We fully understand and have sympathy for the council’s drive to make Greenwich as eco-friendly as possible, however this needs to be balanced with the desire to help local business such as ours operate and flourish.
“We have asked the council to reconsider the conditions and will work with the council, local businesses, our neighbours and our supporters through the consultation process.”
As well as taking part in the consultation, supporters are also encouraged to take part in Charlton Athletic Supporters’ Trust’s short survey on how they travel to games, which can be found here.