Proposed short term parking in Guihen Street and Booth Street, Annandale

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Council has received concerns from businesses on Booth Street (between Alexandra Drive and Pyrmont Bridge Road), Annandale regarding lack of short-term parking in the area for visitors.

Therefore, it is proposed to:

  • Convert the parking spaces (62.2m) on the western side of Booth Street, north of Guihen Street from unrestricted parking to ‘2P 8:00am-6:00pm Mon-Fri’
  • Convert the parking spaces (31.8m) on the western side of Booth Street, south of Guihen Street from unrestricted parking to ‘2P 8:00am-6:00pm Mon-Fri’ and install 13m ‘No Parking’ restriction across driveway
  • Convert the parking spaces (94.5m) on the northern side of Guihen Street, west of Booth Street from unrestricted parking to ‘4P 8:00am-6:00pm Mon-Fri’


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Council has received concerns from businesses on Booth Street (between Alexandra Drive and Pyrmont Bridge Road), Annandale regarding lack of short-term parking in the area for visitors.

Therefore, it is proposed to:

  • Convert the parking spaces (62.2m) on the western side of Booth Street, north of Guihen Street from unrestricted parking to ‘2P 8:00am-6:00pm Mon-Fri’
  • Convert the parking spaces (31.8m) on the western side of Booth Street, south of Guihen Street from unrestricted parking to ‘2P 8:00am-6:00pm Mon-Fri’ and install 13m ‘No Parking’ restriction across driveway
  • Convert the parking spaces (94.5m) on the northern side of Guihen Street, west of Booth Street from unrestricted parking to ‘4P 8:00am-6:00pm Mon-Fri’


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  • To Council for decision

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    This project will be discussed at the Council Meeting on Tuesday, 13 April 2021. To view the agenda or register to speak visit the Council Meetings webpage.

  • Next steps: Local Traffic Committee

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    Thank you to everyone who provided feedback. Your comments have been included in a report to the LTC and will be considered at its meeting on Monday, 15 March 2021.

    Minutes from the meeting will be posted on Council's website by the end of March.

    For more information please visit our website.


  • Project re-opens for comments

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    We noticed that we haven't heard from residents on both sides of street. To make sure everyone has the opportunity to provide feedback, we're re-opening this project for comments.

    Feedback closes Sunday 22 February 2021.