Subordinate Local Law 2 (Regulated Parking)

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City of Gold Coast (City) invites you to have your say on the proposed Regulated Parking (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2021.

Most of the proposed changes are in relation to the Traffic Area and Parking Permit Scheme (TAPPS). TAPPS is aimed at managing overflow parking in residential areas close to commercial and special use precincts and focuses on freeing up on-street spaces for residents and short to medium term visitors.

Other changes currently proposed also include amending the off-street regulated car parking schedules and increasing the City’s penalty unit amounts.

To understand and decide if you wish to make a submission on the subordinate local law amendments that are being proposed and to view each proposed amendments to the subordinate local law, review the following documents:

To have your say about the proposed amendments:

Hard copies of the submission form and associated documents will be available at the Nerang Customer Service Centre.

Only properly made submissions will be considered. A submission is properly made to the extent that the submission relates only to the proposed amendments. A submission may be made, in writing, alternatively by the completion of the submission form. No acknowledgement will be issued on receipt of submissions.

Community engagement runs until 5pm Monday 20 September 2021.

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City of Gold Coast (City) invites you to have your say on the proposed Regulated Parking (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2021.

Most of the proposed changes are in relation to the Traffic Area and Parking Permit Scheme (TAPPS). TAPPS is aimed at managing overflow parking in residential areas close to commercial and special use precincts and focuses on freeing up on-street spaces for residents and short to medium term visitors.

Other changes currently proposed also include amending the off-street regulated car parking schedules and increasing the City’s penalty unit amounts.

To understand and decide if you wish to make a submission on the subordinate local law amendments that are being proposed and to view each proposed amendments to the subordinate local law, review the following documents:

To have your say about the proposed amendments:

Hard copies of the submission form and associated documents will be available at the Nerang Customer Service Centre.

Only properly made submissions will be considered. A submission is properly made to the extent that the submission relates only to the proposed amendments. A submission may be made, in writing, alternatively by the completion of the submission form. No acknowledgement will be issued on receipt of submissions.

Community engagement runs until 5pm Monday 20 September 2021.

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