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City of South Perth Parking Strategy

Parking Strategy

The consultation stage for the City of South Perth Parking Strategy concluded in August 2015. The City values and appreciates your involvement.

Luxmoore Parking and Safety Consultants have been commissioned by the City of South Perth to develop the City-wide Parking Strategy.

The strategy aims to provide a parking framework over the next 15 years to assist in achieving the City’s goals in relation to travel demand management and sustainable transport, to ensure the existing road network amenity is maintained and improved.

Main Roads, the Department of Transport, the community, businesses and other stakeholders were engaged to provide feedback to inform the draft strategy.

The final City of South Perth Parking Strategy strategy was endorsed by Council in May 2016. It will now be utilised to provide a set of guiding principles as the City develops “Operational Management Plans” for each individual Parking Control Area (PCA).

Parking Strategy Stages and Process

Stakeholder Engagement
July-August 2015

  • Online engagement including mapping, a survey and discussion groups;
  • Two public workshops - one for business and another for the community; and
  • Meetings with stakeholders.

Development of Draft Parking Strategy
August - November 2015

  • Feedback from stakeholder engagement considered by Luxmore Consultants in the development of the draft Parking Strategy.

Draft Parking Strategy presented to Council
May 2016

  • Draft Parking Strategy presented to City of South Perth Council for consideration and endorsement.

Parking Strategy implemented
May 2016 - ongoing

  • Once endorsed by Council, the City-wide Parking Strategy will be used to create Precinct Plans for action and implementation.

Development of City of South Perth Integrated Transport Plan
TBC

  • The Parking Strategy and City plans, strategies and policies will assist with the development of a City-wide Integrated Transport Plan.
  • Further stakeholder engagement will be sought for this process with dates to be confirmed.


The consultation stage for the City of South Perth Parking Strategy concluded in August 2015. The City values and appreciates your involvement.

Luxmoore Parking and Safety Consultants have been commissioned by the City of South Perth to develop the City-wide Parking Strategy.

The strategy aims to provide a parking framework over the next 15 years to assist in achieving the City’s goals in relation to travel demand management and sustainable transport, to ensure the existing road network amenity is maintained and improved.

Main Roads, the Department of Transport, the community, businesses and other stakeholders were engaged to provide feedback to inform the draft strategy.

The final City of South Perth Parking Strategy strategy was endorsed by Council in May 2016. It will now be utilised to provide a set of guiding principles as the City develops “Operational Management Plans” for each individual Parking Control Area (PCA).

Parking Strategy Stages and Process

Stakeholder Engagement
July-August 2015

  • Online engagement including mapping, a survey and discussion groups;
  • Two public workshops - one for business and another for the community; and
  • Meetings with stakeholders.

Development of Draft Parking Strategy
August - November 2015

  • Feedback from stakeholder engagement considered by Luxmore Consultants in the development of the draft Parking Strategy.

Draft Parking Strategy presented to Council
May 2016

  • Draft Parking Strategy presented to City of South Perth Council for consideration and endorsement.

Parking Strategy implemented
May 2016 - ongoing

  • Once endorsed by Council, the City-wide Parking Strategy will be used to create Precinct Plans for action and implementation.

Development of City of South Perth Integrated Transport Plan
TBC

  • The Parking Strategy and City plans, strategies and policies will assist with the development of a City-wide Integrated Transport Plan.
  • Further stakeholder engagement will be sought for this process with dates to be confirmed.


  • Council adopt Parking Strategy

    over 1 year ago

    Thank you for your contribution toward the development of the new City of South Perth Parking Strategy.

    The new Parking Strategy was adopted by Council at its meeting held on 24 May 2016.

    The Parking Strategy was developed with input from community, business and government stakeholders and will provide a long-term plan for the management and provision of parking within the City.

    The Strategy outlines 22 recommendations for review and implementation over the next 15 year period including;

    • Identifying a comprehensive action plan to assist in the development of Management Plans for 14 Parking Control Areas (PCA) within the City... Continue reading

    Thank you for your contribution toward the development of the new City of South Perth Parking Strategy.

    The new Parking Strategy was adopted by Council at its meeting held on 24 May 2016.

    The Parking Strategy was developed with input from community, business and government stakeholders and will provide a long-term plan for the management and provision of parking within the City.

    The Strategy outlines 22 recommendations for review and implementation over the next 15 year period including;

    • Identifying a comprehensive action plan to assist in the development of Management Plans for 14 Parking Control Areas (PCA) within the City (including the South Perth Train Precinct).
    • The formation of a Parking Working Group to assist in the effective delivery of the Strategy and Parking Management Plans
    • The adoption of a ‘demand management’ approach whereby parking facilities can be proactively managed and used more effectively.

    The purpose of the new Parking Strategy is to work towards the development of a City-wide Integrated Transport Plan. Further stakeholder engagement will form a component of this process with dates to be confirmed.

    Download the City of South Perth Parking Strategy