Why is Council proposing to introduce a resident parking permits?

Resident parking permits aim to improve parking opportunities for residents within their own street as well as sharing the parking opportunities between residents, visitors and workers in the area.

Why are proposed timed parking limits on one side of the street only?

Timed parking limits on one side of the street only provide opportunities for parking to be shared between visitors and workers in the area and residents who are not eligible for parking permits. 

Who can apply for resident parking permit H1

All properties which have front or side access onto either side of the streets included in the H1 parking permit area. The streets are: Ash Lane, Cove Street, Northcote Street and Wolseley Street.

Who can apply for resident parking permit H2

All properties which have front or side access onto either side of the streets included in the H2 parking permit area. The streets are: Allum Street, Alt Street, Bland Street, Denman Avenue, Walker Street, Yasmar Avenue.

How does Council decide who is eligible to receive a parking permit?

Eligibility for a parking permit is affected by a number of cars registered at a property and whether it has off street parking.