Proposed improvements to Bronte Cutting car park

This consultation has concluded.

Council is assessing options to improve parking operations at Bronte Cutting car park, and we would like you to tell us your preferred option.

There are four options Council would like you to consider:

  1. Option A(1) - 4P Pay by Bay parking meters (4 hour limited parking; mobility and beach permit holders excepted), no gates at entry/exit
  2. Option A(2) - 4P Pay by Bay parking meters (4 hour limited parking for visitors and beach permit holders; mobility permit holders as per permit conditions), no gates at entry/exit
  3. Option B - P Pay by Bay parking meters (no time limit on parking, pay by hour; mobility and beach permit holders excepted), no gates at entry/exit
  4. Option C - Paid parking at machine prior to exit (no time limit on parking, pay by hour; beach permit holders excepted), entry/ext via automatic gates.

Please download the brochure in full for more information about each option and how it will benefit the Bronte community.

Why are the improvements being proposed?

Council is aware that the car park has not been operating efficiently for some time due to outdated and unreliable equipment and infrastructure, and wants to provide an improved parking service for residents, business owners and visitors.

Council is taking this opportunity to review the current operations of the car park to find a more efficient solution that better meets the community’s needs.

How will this benefit Bronte's residents and businesses?

  • Beach permit holders could continue to have full access to spaces in the car park
  • Beachgoers, visitors, café and shopping patrons would find it easier to park in Bronte and would be less likely to park in residential streets
  • Mobility parking spaces will be retained in the car park (currently three spaces in total), plus the five spaces near the bus terminal will remain. Introducing restrictions in excess of one hour will also allow MPS permit holders all day parking with no charge anywhere in the carpark.

Have your say

You can tell us your preferences by completing the online survey.

Submissions will close on Friday 12 April 2013.

More information

For more information about this consultation, please contact:

Catherine Price
Divisional Manager, Parking Services
Ph: 8305 8450
E: yourtrafficsurvey@waverley.nsw.gov.au

Council is assessing options to improve parking operations at Bronte Cutting car park, and we would like you to tell us your preferred option.

There are four options Council would like you to consider:

  1. Option A(1) - 4P Pay by Bay parking meters (4 hour limited parking; mobility and beach permit holders excepted), no gates at entry/exit
  2. Option A(2) - 4P Pay by Bay parking meters (4 hour limited parking for visitors and beach permit holders; mobility permit holders as per permit conditions), no gates at entry/exit
  3. Option B - P Pay by Bay parking meters (no time limit on parking, pay by hour; mobility and beach permit holders excepted), no gates at entry/exit
  4. Option C - Paid parking at machine prior to exit (no time limit on parking, pay by hour; beach permit holders excepted), entry/ext via automatic gates.

Please download the brochure in full for more information about each option and how it will benefit the Bronte community.

Why are the improvements being proposed?

Council is aware that the car park has not been operating efficiently for some time due to outdated and unreliable equipment and infrastructure, and wants to provide an improved parking service for residents, business owners and visitors.

Council is taking this opportunity to review the current operations of the car park to find a more efficient solution that better meets the community’s needs.

How will this benefit Bronte's residents and businesses?

  • Beach permit holders could continue to have full access to spaces in the car park
  • Beachgoers, visitors, café and shopping patrons would find it easier to park in Bronte and would be less likely to park in residential streets
  • Mobility parking spaces will be retained in the car park (currently three spaces in total), plus the five spaces near the bus terminal will remain. Introducing restrictions in excess of one hour will also allow MPS permit holders all day parking with no charge anywhere in the carpark.

Have your say

You can tell us your preferences by completing the online survey.

Submissions will close on Friday 12 April 2013.

More information

For more information about this consultation, please contact:

Catherine Price
Divisional Manager, Parking Services
Ph: 8305 8450
E: yourtrafficsurvey@waverley.nsw.gov.au