Salisbury Lane, Camperdown - improving access



Council is proposing to introduce a section of ‘No Parking’ restrictions in Salisbury Lane, Camperdown to improve residents’ access to off-street parking. The proposal addresses concerns about vehicles parking in Salisbury Lane which block access to residential garages. The area that would become a ‘No Parking’ zone is from the rear of properties 29 to 61 Albany Road.

The proposal involves installing ‘No Parking’ restrictions on the northern side of Salisbury Lane, Camperdown, between Bridge Road and Northumberland Lane East - see map. ‘No Parking’ restrictions prohibit motorists from parking within the specified zone; however, they can legally stop to load/unload passengers and/or goods.

Have your say

Your feedback is important and will help Council make an informed decision about traffic management in your area. To provide feedback please complete the submission form below before 5pm on Friday 31 July.

What happens next?

The proposal will be considered at a meeting of the Council’s Pedestrian, Cyclist and Traffic Calming Advisory Committee on 13 August 2015. The recommendations from this Committee meeting will be referred to Council’s Infrastructure, Planning and Environmental Services Committee at its meeting on 1 September 2015 for consideration.

Contact details:

If you need any further information please contact Council's Engineer, Traffic Services, Ms Despina Kalavas on (02) 9392 5465 during normal office hours.

Council is proposing to introduce a section of ‘No Parking’ restrictions in Salisbury Lane, Camperdown to improve residents’ access to off-street parking. The proposal addresses concerns about vehicles parking in Salisbury Lane which block access to residential garages. The area that would become a ‘No Parking’ zone is from the rear of properties 29 to 61 Albany Road.

The proposal involves installing ‘No Parking’ restrictions on the northern side of Salisbury Lane, Camperdown, between Bridge Road and Northumberland Lane East - see map. ‘No Parking’ restrictions prohibit motorists from parking within the specified zone; however, they can legally stop to load/unload passengers and/or goods.

Have your say

Your feedback is important and will help Council make an informed decision about traffic management in your area. To provide feedback please complete the submission form below before 5pm on Friday 31 July.

What happens next?

The proposal will be considered at a meeting of the Council’s Pedestrian, Cyclist and Traffic Calming Advisory Committee on 13 August 2015. The recommendations from this Committee meeting will be referred to Council’s Infrastructure, Planning and Environmental Services Committee at its meeting on 1 September 2015 for consideration.

Contact details:

If you need any further information please contact Council's Engineer, Traffic Services, Ms Despina Kalavas on (02) 9392 5465 during normal office hours.

Submission form 15/6494 GT:DK