Improving access at Keith Lane in Dulwich Hill

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Improving access at Keith Lane in Dulwich Hill 

Council is currently investigating a proposal to introduce ‘No Parking’ conditions in Keith Lane, Dulwich Hill on the corner near the park, to improve access for vehicles and visibility for drivers going around the curve.

This proposal follows from a concern from a local resident regarding vehicles parking on both sides of the curve, restricting access. ‘No Parking’ conditions stop motorists from parking within the specified zone, however, motorists may legally to stop for the purposes of loading/unloading passengers and/or goods.

The proposal is to install ‘No Parking’ conditions on the inside of the curve, extending 7.0 metres in each direction (total of 14 metres of ‘No Parking’ conditions). This will result in the loss of approximately two parking spaces (please refer to the picture on this page.) Council has not yet made a commitment to any changes to the existing parking arrangements in your street. Your valuable feedback, either in support or opposition to the proposal is important. Please submit your feedback below.



Improving access at Keith Lane in Dulwich Hill 

Council is currently investigating a proposal to introduce ‘No Parking’ conditions in Keith Lane, Dulwich Hill on the corner near the park, to improve access for vehicles and visibility for drivers going around the curve.

This proposal follows from a concern from a local resident regarding vehicles parking on both sides of the curve, restricting access. ‘No Parking’ conditions stop motorists from parking within the specified zone, however, motorists may legally to stop for the purposes of loading/unloading passengers and/or goods.

The proposal is to install ‘No Parking’ conditions on the inside of the curve, extending 7.0 metres in each direction (total of 14 metres of ‘No Parking’ conditions). This will result in the loss of approximately two parking spaces (please refer to the picture on this page.) Council has not yet made a commitment to any changes to the existing parking arrangements in your street. Your valuable feedback, either in support or opposition to the proposal is important. Please submit your feedback below.



  • Submission form 6494-05 GT:KC

    The results of this survey will be included in a report to the Pedestrian, Cyclist and Traffic Calming Advisory Committee meeting to be held on 11 September 2014 and the following Council meeting on 7 October 2014. This report will assist Council in deciding whether or not to proceed with the changes in your street.

    Should you require any further information, please contact Council's Engineer, Traffic Services, Ms Karessa Cullen on (02) 9335 2222 during normal office hours.


    The results of this survey will be included in a report to the Pedestrian, Cyclist and Traffic Calming Advisory Committee meeting to be held on 11 September 2014 and the following Council meeting on 7 October 2014. This report will assist Council in deciding whether or not to proceed with the changes in your street.

    Should you require any further information, please contact Council's Engineer, Traffic Services, Ms Karessa Cullen on (02) 9335 2222 during normal office hours.


    Consultation has concluded