City-wide Parking Strategy - Community Testing

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Consultation has concluded.  Thanks you for your feedback, it will be a valuable resource in the development of the City-wide Parking Strategy.

Continue to help us develop the City-wide Parking strategy. 

Please tell us what you think about the parking ideas and decision-making principles developed by the Shaping Unley Community Panel.

In April and May 2022, you told us about your parking issues and ideas. We received 373 submissions from 261 individuals.

From the community feedback received, we have categorised the key parking issues raised into three key themes:

  1. Parking congestion
  2. Parking accessibility and driveway access
  3. Road accessibility and narrow streets.

How the feedback was reviewed

A diverse group of up to 20 residents and businesses were selected to form part of a Shaping Unley Community Panel.

The panel's role was to review the feedback from the issues and ideas engagement and to develop a set of decision-making principles to form the basis of the City-wide Parking Strategy.

Three (four-hour) Panel sessions were held, one in the last week of May 2022 and two in the first two weeks of June. During these sessions, the Community Panel discussed:

  • Parking Ideas – to address/overcome the three key parking themes listed above.
  • Parking Decision-making Principles – to inform the development of the City-wide Parking Strategy.
  • Parking Engagement Improvements – to improve the way that Council interacts with the community on parking matters from a hyper-local, local street, and area-wide perspective.

Council staff, in collaboration with the Community Panel and DemocracyCo, has consolidated the panel outcomes into a Shaping Unley Parking Conversation Guide to be tested with the broader community.

We are now seeking your views on the panel outcomes, including the ideas, decision-making principles and engagement improvements.

This engagement forms Step 3 of the Shaping Unley process.

How to get involved

After reviewing the Conversation Guide, the Community Poll should not take more than 10 minutes to complete.

Hardcopies of the Shaping Unley Parking Conversation Guide and survey forms will be available from the Unley Civic Centre (181 Unley Road) and the Unley and Goodwood Libraries.

Hardcopies can also be made available on request – call 8372 5111 or email pobox1@unley.sa.gov.au.

Your feedback will be a valuable resource in the development of the City-wide Parking Strategy.

Continue to help us develop the City-wide Parking strategy. 

Please tell us what you think about the parking ideas and decision-making principles developed by the Shaping Unley Community Panel.

In April and May 2022, you told us about your parking issues and ideas. We received 373 submissions from 261 individuals.

From the community feedback received, we have categorised the key parking issues raised into three key themes:

  1. Parking congestion
  2. Parking accessibility and driveway access
  3. Road accessibility and narrow streets.

How the feedback was reviewed

A diverse group of up to 20 residents and businesses were selected to form part of a Shaping Unley Community Panel.

The panel's role was to review the feedback from the issues and ideas engagement and to develop a set of decision-making principles to form the basis of the City-wide Parking Strategy.

Three (four-hour) Panel sessions were held, one in the last week of May 2022 and two in the first two weeks of June. During these sessions, the Community Panel discussed:

  • Parking Ideas – to address/overcome the three key parking themes listed above.
  • Parking Decision-making Principles – to inform the development of the City-wide Parking Strategy.
  • Parking Engagement Improvements – to improve the way that Council interacts with the community on parking matters from a hyper-local, local street, and area-wide perspective.

Council staff, in collaboration with the Community Panel and DemocracyCo, has consolidated the panel outcomes into a Shaping Unley Parking Conversation Guide to be tested with the broader community.

We are now seeking your views on the panel outcomes, including the ideas, decision-making principles and engagement improvements.

This engagement forms Step 3 of the Shaping Unley process.

How to get involved

After reviewing the Conversation Guide, the Community Poll should not take more than 10 minutes to complete.

Hardcopies of the Shaping Unley Parking Conversation Guide and survey forms will be available from the Unley Civic Centre (181 Unley Road) and the Unley and Goodwood Libraries.

Hardcopies can also be made available on request – call 8372 5111 or email pobox1@unley.sa.gov.au.

Your feedback will be a valuable resource in the development of the City-wide Parking Strategy.