Making parking fairer in Dulwich Hill


Background

Council developed a draft parking strategy for Dulwich Hill using information gathered through:

  • a forum on Your Say Marrickville
  • talking to 35 local community, sporting and religious groups, and
  • a community meeting with residents in Denison Road.

In July 2016, Council invited the community to provide feedback on the draft Dulwich Hill parking strategy. The feedback received, along with a study of parking occupancy data, was then used to create a series of final recommendations for improving parking in Dulwich Hill. This was considered and adopted by Council at a meeting on 27 September 2016.

What's in the final Dulwich Hill parking strategy?

The strategy includes changes to parking in 33 streets in Dulwich Hill to deliver a better balance of parking space for residents, businesses, shoppers and others. These changes include introducing parking permit areas to a number of streets. In parking permit areas residents can apply for a free parking permit and are exempted from timed parking.

Parking changes will occur in these streets:

* indicates parking permit areas will be introduced in this street
** the recommendations in the final Dulwich Hill parking strategy will be updated to include Ewart Street

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What happens next?

Council will begin implementing the changes to parking listed above in early 2017.

A review will be conducted within 12 – 24 months after the parking changes are introduced to understand if they effective or if further work is required.

Queries

Contact Mary Bailey, Parking Planner on 9392 5499 or email.

Background

Council developed a draft parking strategy for Dulwich Hill using information gathered through:

  • a forum on Your Say Marrickville
  • talking to 35 local community, sporting and religious groups, and
  • a community meeting with residents in Denison Road.

In July 2016, Council invited the community to provide feedback on the draft Dulwich Hill parking strategy. The feedback received, along with a study of parking occupancy data, was then used to create a series of final recommendations for improving parking in Dulwich Hill. This was considered and adopted by Council at a meeting on 27 September 2016.

What's in the final Dulwich Hill parking strategy?

The strategy includes changes to parking in 33 streets in Dulwich Hill to deliver a better balance of parking space for residents, businesses, shoppers and others. These changes include introducing parking permit areas to a number of streets. In parking permit areas residents can apply for a free parking permit and are exempted from timed parking.

Parking changes will occur in these streets:

* indicates parking permit areas will be introduced in this street
** the recommendations in the final Dulwich Hill parking strategy will be updated to include Ewart Street

Find out more

What happens next?

Council will begin implementing the changes to parking listed above in early 2017.

A review will be conducted within 12 – 24 months after the parking changes are introduced to understand if they effective or if further work is required.

Queries

Contact Mary Bailey, Parking Planner on 9392 5499 or email.

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