Draft Parking Permit Policy

Demand for on-street vehicle parking in Manningham is increasing.

To respond to our growing community and ensure Manningham remains a great place to live, work and play, we are reviewing our Parking Permit Policy. The Parking Permit Policy applies to areas of Manningham where on-street parking restrictions apply and in trader parking areas within our commercial activity precincts.

We have developed a draft Parking Permit Policy and are seeking your feedback.

The draft policy aims to ensure equitable distribution of parking permits. The policy will guide the process for issuing on-street parking permits in residential areas, local shopping strips, and in construction work zones.

Some of the key changes to the existing Parking Permit Policy include:

  • replacing the current three-year residential permit with a 12 month permit for all residential and commercial parking
  • prohibiting residential parking permits for existing developments of 10 or more dwellings, and five or more dwellings built after the adoption of the reviewed policy
  • restricting the number of Trader Permits issued to businesses that already have off-street parking
  • issuing Trader Permits to specific businesses
  • restricting the times of Tradesperson Permits
  • identifying specific Carers Permits and validity periods
  • charging a nominal fee for all lost and stolen permits

The draft Policy aims to ensure a fair and equitable system for everyone who live and park their cars in Manningham.

Have your say

View the draft Parking Permit Policy [insert link] and provide your feedback by making a submission in writing either by:

  • using the feedback form below
  • post to Group Manager Approvals and Compliance, Manningham Council, PO Box 1 Doncaster 3108

Your feedback will help inform the final Parking Permit Policy.

The consultation period will close at 5.00pm on Monday 25 February.

Demand for on-street vehicle parking in Manningham is increasing.

To respond to our growing community and ensure Manningham remains a great place to live, work and play, we are reviewing our Parking Permit Policy. The Parking Permit Policy applies to areas of Manningham where on-street parking restrictions apply and in trader parking areas within our commercial activity precincts.

We have developed a draft Parking Permit Policy and are seeking your feedback.

The draft policy aims to ensure equitable distribution of parking permits. The policy will guide the process for issuing on-street parking permits in residential areas, local shopping strips, and in construction work zones.

Some of the key changes to the existing Parking Permit Policy include:

  • replacing the current three-year residential permit with a 12 month permit for all residential and commercial parking
  • prohibiting residential parking permits for existing developments of 10 or more dwellings, and five or more dwellings built after the adoption of the reviewed policy
  • restricting the number of Trader Permits issued to businesses that already have off-street parking
  • issuing Trader Permits to specific businesses
  • restricting the times of Tradesperson Permits
  • identifying specific Carers Permits and validity periods
  • charging a nominal fee for all lost and stolen permits

The draft Policy aims to ensure a fair and equitable system for everyone who live and park their cars in Manningham.

Have your say

View the draft Parking Permit Policy [insert link] and provide your feedback by making a submission in writing either by:

  • using the feedback form below
  • post to Group Manager Approvals and Compliance, Manningham Council, PO Box 1 Doncaster 3108

Your feedback will help inform the final Parking Permit Policy.

The consultation period will close at 5.00pm on Monday 25 February.