In March 2022, the 'Leichhardt West Precinct Parking Study' was adopted by Council. One of the strategies identified from the study was to investigate and implement an angle parking proposal for Edith Street, south of Marion Street, Leichhardt. Recent investigation indicated that the roadway is wide enough to support 90o angle parking on one side of the street.

Therefore, it is proposed to convert a section of existing parallel parking by signposting and line markings driveways on the western side of Edith Street, between property No. 4 and 34 to '90o angle parking, rear to kerb, vehicles under 6m only'.

The proposal is expected to result in 25 additional standard vehicle parking spaces. Existing parking restrictions such as timed-restricted permit excepted parking and No stopping zones will remain in place.

The proposal

Proposed Angle Parking Plan

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You can provide feedback:

  • By post: Inner West Council, PO Box 14, Petersham, 2049 addressed to Felicia Lau
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Final day for comments is Friday, 30 September 2022.

What happens next?

A report outlining feedback from the community will be considered by Council’s Local Traffic Committee. The Committee’s recommendations will then be considered by Council where a final decision will be made.