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Mullumbimby Parking Review

Byron Shire Council is looking at ways to improve the turnover and efficiency of parking spaces in Mullumbimby.

A study commissioned by the Traffic and Parking Systems Group (TPS) found that changing the time limits for parking could improve the amount of parking spaces for locals and visitors.

The Mullumbimby Parking Strategy is now on exhibition for public comment.

At its meeting of 24 August 2017 Council resolved:

1. That Council note the Mullumbimby Town Centre Parking Management Strategy (E2016/80919) prepared by Traffic and Parking Systems Group (TPS) as a basis for community engagement.

2. That consultation be undertaken with the Mullumbimby community regarding the possible implementation of a revised parking layout in the town centre.

3. That a budget of $10,000 is allocated from the Pay Parking Reserve to perform the investigation and community consultation with the Mullumbimby community regarding the possible implementation of a revised parking layout in the town centre.

4. That Council consider the results of the investigation and community consultation at the 23 November 2017 meeting in determining its adoption of a possible revised parking management strategy.

Any submissions regarding the proposed changes should be forwarded to the General Manager by 20 October 2017.

Enquiries: Josh Winter 02 6626 7074

Byron Shire Council is looking at ways to improve the turnover and efficiency of parking spaces in Mullumbimby.

A study commissioned by the Traffic and Parking Systems Group (TPS) found that changing the time limits for parking could improve the amount of parking spaces for locals and visitors.

The Mullumbimby Parking Strategy is now on exhibition for public comment.

At its meeting of 24 August 2017 Council resolved:

1. That Council note the Mullumbimby Town Centre Parking Management Strategy (E2016/80919) prepared by Traffic and Parking Systems Group (TPS) as a basis for community engagement.

2. That consultation be undertaken with the Mullumbimby community regarding the possible implementation of a revised parking layout in the town centre.

3. That a budget of $10,000 is allocated from the Pay Parking Reserve to perform the investigation and community consultation with the Mullumbimby community regarding the possible implementation of a revised parking layout in the town centre.

4. That Council consider the results of the investigation and community consultation at the 23 November 2017 meeting in determining its adoption of a possible revised parking management strategy.

Any submissions regarding the proposed changes should be forwarded to the General Manager by 20 October 2017.

Enquiries: Josh Winter 02 6626 7074