Bilinga - Proposed Regulated Parking

This public consultation has now closed.

We invite you to have your say on the introduction of parking resrictions in Bilinga.

Regulated parking is proposed for some residential streets in Bilinga. This is to address the issue that Gold Coast airport patrons are parking in residential streets for long periods of time.

Background

Since early 2013 when parking issues were raised at a Bilinga Neighbourhood Watch meeting, a working group was formed to include City of Gold Coast officers and Cr Chris Robbins as well as several community members to look at solutions to address community needs around parking issues.

During April 2013 to May 2013 a survey was distributed by the Bilinga Neighbourhood Watch to a cross-section of residents to better understand community opinions and solutions. This survey received a 41% response rate and 77% were in support of four hour parking regulations in the Bilinga area. 68% of respondents wanted restrictions to apply Monday to Saturday. Preference of hours are as follows: 45% of people preferred regulated hours to be from 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday; while 23% preferred 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 1pm Saturday.

It is proposed that parking regulations be put in place for all street south of Gibson Street, north of Musgrave Street and between the western side of Golden Four Drive and the eastern side of Pacific Parade.

To have your say and participate in this community decision:

  1. view the proposed parking restrictions map (to the right); then
  2. tag on the Bilinga map (below) where you propose 4 hour parking should be; and then
  3. complete the Bilinga parking survey (below).

Consultation runs from Friday, 14 March to Friday 11 April 2014.
We look forward to receiving your comments and suggestions.

We invite you to have your say on the introduction of parking resrictions in Bilinga.

Regulated parking is proposed for some residential streets in Bilinga. This is to address the issue that Gold Coast airport patrons are parking in residential streets for long periods of time.

Background

Since early 2013 when parking issues were raised at a Bilinga Neighbourhood Watch meeting, a working group was formed to include City of Gold Coast officers and Cr Chris Robbins as well as several community members to look at solutions to address community needs around parking issues.

During April 2013 to May 2013 a survey was distributed by the Bilinga Neighbourhood Watch to a cross-section of residents to better understand community opinions and solutions. This survey received a 41% response rate and 77% were in support of four hour parking regulations in the Bilinga area. 68% of respondents wanted restrictions to apply Monday to Saturday. Preference of hours are as follows: 45% of people preferred regulated hours to be from 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday; while 23% preferred 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 1pm Saturday.

It is proposed that parking regulations be put in place for all street south of Gibson Street, north of Musgrave Street and between the western side of Golden Four Drive and the eastern side of Pacific Parade.

To have your say and participate in this community decision:

  1. view the proposed parking restrictions map (to the right); then
  2. tag on the Bilinga map (below) where you propose 4 hour parking should be; and then
  3. complete the Bilinga parking survey (below).

Consultation runs from Friday, 14 March to Friday 11 April 2014.
We look forward to receiving your comments and suggestions.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This survey will only take a few minutes to complete.

    Information Privacy

    Council of the City of Gold Coast (Council) is collecting your personal information in accordance with our Community Consultation Policy to measure community needs and preferences. The information will only be accessed by authorised Council officers or contractors in accordance with the conditions of the Information Privacy Act 2009. Your information will not be given to any other person or agency unless you have given us permission or we are required by law.

    This survey will only take a few minutes to complete.

    Information Privacy

    Council of the City of Gold Coast (Council) is collecting your personal information in accordance with our Community Consultation Policy to measure community needs and preferences. The information will only be accessed by authorised Council officers or contractors in accordance with the conditions of the Information Privacy Act 2009. Your information will not be given to any other person or agency unless you have given us permission or we are required by law.

    This public consultation has now closed.