Curlew Camp Road Parking Modifications

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Consultation has concluded

Council is investigating the implementation of ‘No Stopping’ restrictions along several sections of Curlew Camp Road.

This investigation has commenced in response to local feedback that access along Curlew Camp Road is significantly impacted during periods of peak parking demand. The intention of these restrictions is to restrict parking along sections of the road that are too narrow to enable two-way parking whilst also maintaining a practical travel lane. These changes are considered to help maintain safe operations along Curlew Camp Road, and maintain access to adjoining properties.

As part of this investigation, Council is seeking feedback from the local community on the proposed changes. Council requests that any feedback be provided by the submission close date of Wednesday 13 April, 2022. The outcome of this consultation is expected to be reported to the next Local Traffic Committee (LTC) meeting on 3 May 2022.

Your submission is open to public scrutiny under Council’s Open File Policy and may be published on Council’s website. By making a submission Council presumes you consent to the disclosure of its contents. Council accepts no responsibility for comments of a personal or defamatory nature contained in a submission.

Council is investigating the implementation of ‘No Stopping’ restrictions along several sections of Curlew Camp Road.

This investigation has commenced in response to local feedback that access along Curlew Camp Road is significantly impacted during periods of peak parking demand. The intention of these restrictions is to restrict parking along sections of the road that are too narrow to enable two-way parking whilst also maintaining a practical travel lane. These changes are considered to help maintain safe operations along Curlew Camp Road, and maintain access to adjoining properties.

As part of this investigation, Council is seeking feedback from the local community on the proposed changes. Council requests that any feedback be provided by the submission close date of Wednesday 13 April, 2022. The outcome of this consultation is expected to be reported to the next Local Traffic Committee (LTC) meeting on 3 May 2022.

Your submission is open to public scrutiny under Council’s Open File Policy and may be published on Council’s website. By making a submission Council presumes you consent to the disclosure of its contents. Council accepts no responsibility for comments of a personal or defamatory nature contained in a submission.