Lilyfield making parking fairer - draft strategy

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In February this year we asked about your parking experiences in the Lilyfield area. At the same time we, conducted parking surveys to determine occupancy levels. We used this information to develop the draft Parking Strategy which includes short and long-term actions to help manage parking issues.



What's in the strategy?

The table below lists short and long term actions Council will implement to manage parking in this area.

Short term strategies (0-5 years)

Item no.

Description

Streets affected

Priority

1

‘2P 8am-1pm Sat Permit Holders Excepted’ parking changes in streets near Orange Grove Markets (existing parking restrictions such as Bus Zone, Mobility Impaired Parking, No Parking, No Stopping, Loading Zone will remain).

Glover Street (east side), Fredbert Street, Emmerick Street (east side), Rayner Street (north of Eric Street), Eric Street, Balmain Road (between Perry and Eric Streets). Perry Street is under the care and control of Transport for NSW and has not support time limited parking.

High

2

Introduction of angle parking (rear to kerb) in Hubert Street and Charles Street. Change to rear to kerb angle parking on east side of Francis Street.

Hubert Street, Charles Street, Francis Street

High

3

Special Event Parking Scheme to replace existing Lilyfield permit zone. Undertake further parking survey during large sporting event in Leichhardt Oval and review permit zone extent.

Street within Lilyfield with existing Lilyfield permit zone.

High

4

Develop an event Traffic Management Plan (TMP)

Streets near Leichhardt Oval during event days only

Medium

5

Replacement of redundant, faded, damaged signs.

Streets identified in the signage audit within study area.

Medium

6

Development of a parking hierarchy.

All streets identified in the Lilyfield.

Low

Long term strategies (5+ years)

7

Changes to boat trailer parking management consistent with other areas within Inner West Local Government Area

Streets with historical boat trailer issues.

Low

8

Liaise with Leichhardt Oval event organisers to develop a bus shuttle service and satellite parking area


Medium


Have your say

Tell us what you think of the draft Parking Strategy by completing the Lilyfield parking feedback form.

You can also post your feedback to Inner West Council, PO Box 14, Petersham, 2049. Please mark your feedback - Lilyfield Parking Study.

Last day to provide feedback is Friday 20 November 2020.


Other ways to provide feedback

We want to make sure everybody has the opportunity to provide ideas and feedback.

If you need an interpreter you can contact us through the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450. and ask to speak to Inner West Council on 02 9392 5965.

If you have a hearing or speech impairment contact us through National Relay Service. You will need to provide Inner West Council's phone number 02 9392 5965.
These services operate Monday to Friday 9am-4pm.

Alternatively you can use:

  • Voice Relay number: 1300 555 727
  • TTY number: 133 677
  • SMS relay number: 0423 677 767


More information


What happens next?

Your feedback will be reviewed and where relevant incorporated into the Parking Strategy which will be considered by the Local Traffic Committee. The recommendations from this Committee will be referred to Council for decision. All those who provided feedback will be advised when the matter will be considered by the Committee and of the outcome of Council's decision.

In February this year we asked about your parking experiences in the Lilyfield area. At the same time we, conducted parking surveys to determine occupancy levels. We used this information to develop the draft Parking Strategy which includes short and long-term actions to help manage parking issues.



What's in the strategy?

The table below lists short and long term actions Council will implement to manage parking in this area.

Short term strategies (0-5 years)

Item no.

Description

Streets affected

Priority

1

‘2P 8am-1pm Sat Permit Holders Excepted’ parking changes in streets near Orange Grove Markets (existing parking restrictions such as Bus Zone, Mobility Impaired Parking, No Parking, No Stopping, Loading Zone will remain).

Glover Street (east side), Fredbert Street, Emmerick Street (east side), Rayner Street (north of Eric Street), Eric Street, Balmain Road (between Perry and Eric Streets). Perry Street is under the care and control of Transport for NSW and has not support time limited parking.

High

2

Introduction of angle parking (rear to kerb) in Hubert Street and Charles Street. Change to rear to kerb angle parking on east side of Francis Street.

Hubert Street, Charles Street, Francis Street

High

3

Special Event Parking Scheme to replace existing Lilyfield permit zone. Undertake further parking survey during large sporting event in Leichhardt Oval and review permit zone extent.

Street within Lilyfield with existing Lilyfield permit zone.

High

4

Develop an event Traffic Management Plan (TMP)

Streets near Leichhardt Oval during event days only

Medium

5

Replacement of redundant, faded, damaged signs.

Streets identified in the signage audit within study area.

Medium

6

Development of a parking hierarchy.

All streets identified in the Lilyfield.

Low

Long term strategies (5+ years)

7

Changes to boat trailer parking management consistent with other areas within Inner West Local Government Area

Streets with historical boat trailer issues.

Low

8

Liaise with Leichhardt Oval event organisers to develop a bus shuttle service and satellite parking area


Medium


Have your say

Tell us what you think of the draft Parking Strategy by completing the Lilyfield parking feedback form.

You can also post your feedback to Inner West Council, PO Box 14, Petersham, 2049. Please mark your feedback - Lilyfield Parking Study.

Last day to provide feedback is Friday 20 November 2020.


Other ways to provide feedback

We want to make sure everybody has the opportunity to provide ideas and feedback.

If you need an interpreter you can contact us through the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450. and ask to speak to Inner West Council on 02 9392 5965.

If you have a hearing or speech impairment contact us through National Relay Service. You will need to provide Inner West Council's phone number 02 9392 5965.
These services operate Monday to Friday 9am-4pm.

Alternatively you can use:

  • Voice Relay number: 1300 555 727
  • TTY number: 133 677
  • SMS relay number: 0423 677 767


More information


What happens next?

Your feedback will be reviewed and where relevant incorporated into the Parking Strategy which will be considered by the Local Traffic Committee. The recommendations from this Committee will be referred to Council for decision. All those who provided feedback will be advised when the matter will be considered by the Committee and of the outcome of Council's decision.