Improving access at Meeks Lane, Marrickville

Consultation has concluded

Council is currently investigating a proposal to introduce ‘No Parking’ restrictions in Meeks Lane, Marrickville adjacent to the exiting driveway of 85-85 Marrickville Road (which exits on to Meeks Lane). This proposal follows from a concern raised from a local business regarding vehicles parking very close or across the driveway, which restricts vehicular access for motorists exiting the driveway.

The proposal is to install ‘No Parking’ restrictions on each side of the driveway, extending three metres to the west and one metre to the east. The picture on this page details the proposed changes. ‘No Parking’ restrictions prohibit motorists from parking within the specified zone, however, motorists may legally to stop for the purposes of loading/unloading passengers and/or goods.

Please note that Council has not yet made a commitment to any changes to the existing parking arrangements in your street. Should you wish to provide any comments regarding the proposal, please do so in writing in the submission form below by close of business on Friday 19 September 2014.



Council is currently investigating a proposal to introduce ‘No Parking’ restrictions in Meeks Lane, Marrickville adjacent to the exiting driveway of 85-85 Marrickville Road (which exits on to Meeks Lane). This proposal follows from a concern raised from a local business regarding vehicles parking very close or across the driveway, which restricts vehicular access for motorists exiting the driveway.

The proposal is to install ‘No Parking’ restrictions on each side of the driveway, extending three metres to the west and one metre to the east. The picture on this page details the proposed changes. ‘No Parking’ restrictions prohibit motorists from parking within the specified zone, however, motorists may legally to stop for the purposes of loading/unloading passengers and/or goods.

Please note that Council has not yet made a commitment to any changes to the existing parking arrangements in your street. Should you wish to provide any comments regarding the proposal, please do so in writing in the submission form below by close of business on Friday 19 September 2014.



  • The proposal will be considered by Council’s Pedestrian, Cyclist and Traffic Calming Advisory Committee at its meeting held on 9 October 2014. The recommendations from this Committee meeting will be referred to Council’s Infrastructure, Planning and Environmental Services Committee at its meeting to be held on 4 November 2014 for consideration.

    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 proposal will be considered by Council’s Pedestrian, Cyclist and Traffic Calming Advisory Committee at its meeting held on 9 October 2014. The recommendations from this Committee meeting will be referred to Council’s Infrastructure, Planning and Environmental Services Committee at its meeting to be held on 4 November 2014 for consideration.

    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