The Northern Beaches (Manly) Parking Permit Scheme Framework (draft) was publicly exhibited from 22 August until 13 October 2019.

Thank you to everyone who asked a question or provided a submission draft framework. Community engagement reports detailing outcomes of the public exhibition will be published on this project page in December.

The draft framework is proposed to apply to any new resident parking permit scheme introduced within the Northern Beaches in the future.

You can view all related documents in the document library.

Please note amendments relating to the Manly Residential Parking Permit Scheme are currently on an extended exhibition for 21 days and can be found here.

Previous project updates

On Friday 20 September we held a meeting with key community stakeholder groups, the Manly Business Chamber and RMS to provide clarity around the RMS Permit Parking Guidelines.

The minutes are available to view here.

As a result of community feedback received we've extended the closing date of the exhibition period.

Exhibition now closes on Sun 13 Oct 2019.

Minutes are now available from Wednesday's information session at Manly Town Hall.

View the minutes

Minutes are now available for viewing from the 10am session on Tue 10 September 2019.

Information sessions were held recently at Manly Town Hall with around 90 attendees across three sessions. Themes from the consultation to date include:

  • total number of permits per property
  • number and flexibility of visitor and tradespeople permits
  • commuter parking
  • car registration linked to residential address.

Video footage of the Information sessions on Saturday 7, Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11 September are now available for viewing.

The presentation itself can also be viewed above.

Information session minutes from Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11 September are also available.

The minutes from the information session on Sat 7 Sept are now available in our document library.

View the minutes

Thank you to those who attended our information session on the weekend at Manly Town Hall.

Close to 40 people attended to learn more about the draft Framework, share their views on the proposal and ask the project team questions.

The presentation content is can be viewed below. The video footage from the information session will be available on this page late afternoon, Tuesday 10 September.

Minutes from the session will also be uploaded on this page during the week.

There's still an opportunity to register for a session Tue 11 Sep, 10-11am or Wed 12 Sep, 6-7pm.

At its meeting of Tuesday 27 August 2019 Council agreed to place the Northern Beaches Parking Permit Framework (draft) on exhibition for public comment.

View the Council minutes

A report on the Manly Parking Permit Review and Audit is being presented to Council on:

Tuesday 27 August
Dee Why Civic Centre

The report recommends that Council endorse the Draft Northern Beaches Parking Permit Scheme Framework, which provides information on resident’s permit eligibility under Roads and Maritime Services approved parking permit schemes.

If endorsed the draft Framework will be open for comment during September 2019.

View the documents:

Requests to address Council on an Agenda item or public forum please register via our website.

To ensure we understand a broad range of community issues, we need to hear from everybody including those who rely heavily on ‘on-street’ parking

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  • in writing: PO Box 82, Manly 1655

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