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Parking Permits Policy Amendment

Feedback is invited on a proposed amendment to the City's Parking Permits Policy.

The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance on the allocation and control of Parking Permits issued in accordance with the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law.

The City has a number of time restricted locations, and a Parking Permits Policy would ensure that the City, with the increasing density and activity which leads to a decreased availability of on-street parking, would enable access for residents and businesses to park on-street.

The policy does not, however, guarantee the availability of a car parking space or an entitlement to a specific car parking space on-street.

The proposed changes to the policy are to:

  1. remove the three-year expiration and replace it with the duration of home ownership or tenancy in clause 2.1;
  2. remove the reference that residential parking permits run with the property in clause 2.1;
  3. remove the requirement for a fee payable for a permit to be reproduced in clause 2.1;
  4. remove the requirement for the business to be located in an Activity Centre in order to be eligible for one Commercial Parking Permit clause 2.2(c);
  5. create a new parking permit type reference, called Monthly Parking Permit, under the Types of Parking Permits being clause 2.4;
  6. create a new parking permit type reference, called Construction Parking Permit, under the Types of Parking Permits being clause 2.5; and
  7. change the discretionary authority from the Chief Executive Officer to the 'City' in clause 4.

Share your thoughts

If you have any feedback on the proposed amendments, you can share your thoughts in a number of ways before 9am Friday 26 November 2021.

  • Email us at parking@vincent.wa.gov.au
  • Call us on 9273 6000
  • Visit us at the City of Vincent Library, 99 Loftus Street (during office hours)

Parking Permits Policy Amendment

Feedback is invited on a proposed amendment to the City's Parking Permits Policy.

The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance on the allocation and control of Parking Permits issued in accordance with the City of Vincent Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law.

The City has a number of time restricted locations, and a Parking Permits Policy would ensure that the City, with the increasing density and activity which leads to a decreased availability of on-street parking, would enable access for residents and businesses to park on-street.

The policy does not, however, guarantee the availability of a car parking space or an entitlement to a specific car parking space on-street.

The proposed changes to the policy are to:

  1. remove the three-year expiration and replace it with the duration of home ownership or tenancy in clause 2.1;
  2. remove the reference that residential parking permits run with the property in clause 2.1;
  3. remove the requirement for a fee payable for a permit to be reproduced in clause 2.1;
  4. remove the requirement for the business to be located in an Activity Centre in order to be eligible for one Commercial Parking Permit clause 2.2(c);
  5. create a new parking permit type reference, called Monthly Parking Permit, under the Types of Parking Permits being clause 2.4;
  6. create a new parking permit type reference, called Construction Parking Permit, under the Types of Parking Permits being clause 2.5; and
  7. change the discretionary authority from the Chief Executive Officer to the 'City' in clause 4.

Share your thoughts

If you have any feedback on the proposed amendments, you can share your thoughts in a number of ways before 9am Friday 26 November 2021.

  • Email us at parking@vincent.wa.gov.au
  • Call us on 9273 6000
  • Visit us at the City of Vincent Library, 99 Loftus Street (during office hours)
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