Local Law Review: Mooloolaba Parking

The Sunshine Coast Council Local Laws and Subordinate Local Laws were adopted on 1 January 2012.

Purpose

Council is committed to carrying out regular reviews of the local laws. A review provides an opportunity to look at the issues and impacts of the laws and propose any suitable amendments.

Community Engagement

Council invited community comment on the proposed local law amendments to include new off-street regulated parking areas in Mooloolaba.

The following documents provide explanation and details of the proposed changes within the local law:

Submissions closed at 5.00pm Sunday 15 July 2018.

Where to from here

Council will review all submissions and make a decision on the proposed changes at the ordinary meeting of council in August 2018.

Overview

The Sunshine Coast is experiencing significant growth and in line with the recently released South East Queensland Regional Plan, is set to have around 500,000 residents by 2041. This will bring with it many challenges to our transport network and associated systems such as parking supply and management. Mooloolaba has been identified as a priority area to address current and future parking demands.

As part of the implementation of the adopted Sunshine Coast Council Parking Management Plan, a number of new off-street regulated parking areas for Mooloolaba have been identified for inclusion in Council’s local laws. These new proposed off-street regulated parking areas will provide Council with an ability to regulate parking and assists in achieving optimal parking occupancy. This is designed for better access to parking and encouraging both greater turnover of parking spaces and multiple use capacity of these parking spaces. This in turn helps with increasing patronage of surrounding businesses.

Related Pages

Please note: This webpage contains documents that are in PDF format only. If you would like to receive a copy of any of these documents in another format, please contact council's customer service centre.

Contacts

For more information, please contact the Manager, Corporate Governance on (07) 5420 8924.

The Sunshine Coast Council Local Laws and Subordinate Local Laws were adopted on 1 January 2012.

Purpose

Council is committed to carrying out regular reviews of the local laws. A review provides an opportunity to look at the issues and impacts of the laws and propose any suitable amendments.

Community Engagement

Council invited community comment on the proposed local law amendments to include new off-street regulated parking areas in Mooloolaba.

The following documents provide explanation and details of the proposed changes within the local law:

Submissions closed at 5.00pm Sunday 15 July 2018.

Where to from here

Council will review all submissions and make a decision on the proposed changes at the ordinary meeting of council in August 2018.

Overview

The Sunshine Coast is experiencing significant growth and in line with the recently released South East Queensland Regional Plan, is set to have around 500,000 residents by 2041. This will bring with it many challenges to our transport network and associated systems such as parking supply and management. Mooloolaba has been identified as a priority area to address current and future parking demands.

As part of the implementation of the adopted Sunshine Coast Council Parking Management Plan, a number of new off-street regulated parking areas for Mooloolaba have been identified for inclusion in Council’s local laws. These new proposed off-street regulated parking areas will provide Council with an ability to regulate parking and assists in achieving optimal parking occupancy. This is designed for better access to parking and encouraging both greater turnover of parking spaces and multiple use capacity of these parking spaces. This in turn helps with increasing patronage of surrounding businesses.

Related Pages

Please note: This webpage contains documents that are in PDF format only. If you would like to receive a copy of any of these documents in another format, please contact council's customer service centre.

Contacts

For more information, please contact the Manager, Corporate Governance on (07) 5420 8924.