Parking in Willoughby

Consultation has concluded

Willoughby City Council is seeking community feedback on the proposed Draft Street
Parking Strategy, which aims to optimise street parking, and offer greater choice to
residents, visitors and workers about how, why and where they park.
The Draft Street Parking Strategy is made up of six different parking policies, which
cover all aspects of on-street parking needs within the City - from residential, to
commuter, business and long stay options, as well as specific needs for motorcycles,
trades people, people with disabilities, carers and car share.

The Draft Street Parking Strategy aims to:

• Optimise street parking capacity byContinue reading

Willoughby City Council is seeking community feedback on the proposed Draft Street
Parking Strategy, which aims to optimise street parking, and offer greater choice to
residents, visitors and workers about how, why and where they park.
The Draft Street Parking Strategy is made up of six different parking policies, which
cover all aspects of on-street parking needs within the City - from residential, to
commuter, business and long stay options, as well as specific needs for motorcycles,
trades people, people with disabilities, carers and car share.

The Draft Street Parking Strategy aims to:

• Optimise street parking capacity by encouraging greater turnover of
parking spaces
• Provide equitable sharing of existing street parking spaces among users
• Maintain access to local services and amenities
• Manage parking allocation for motorcycles
• Improve street parking requirements for trade worker vehicles
• Encourage developers to consider the need for construction and trade vehicle
parking prior to construction
• Manage parking allocation for car share schemes
• Encourage and improve access to alternative and active transport modes
• Manage demand and provision for long-stay employee parking
• Re-address the allocation of street parking for residents, visitors and carers

Survey for Business Owners

Consultation has concluded