Do you live in the southern half of the West End and Highgate Hill peninsula, where street parking is largely unrestricted? (If you’re unsure, check this map) If so, the Brisbane City Council is considering introducing a new Resident Parking Permit Scheme in your area and I need your feedback.
Along with an online survey, I will be holding three public meetings to hear from residents, encourage discussion between neighbours and answer further questions. If you do have any questions or concerns, please do come along to one of these public meetings to share these with me. It’s ok if you can’t make it for the whole two hours. Feel free to drop by anytime between 2pm and 4pm for a quick chat, but it would be ideal if you can stay a little longer to get involved in discussions with other residents on your street.
In the event of heavy rain, we will reschedule this event for the same time and place the following week.
If you have RSVP’d via the form below, please provide your email address so that we can contact you if the weather looks uncertain.
REMINDER. If you support changes to parking rules in your street, make sure to:
1. Check the ‘In favour’ box on the Brisbane City Council form, fill in your details and return it via the instructions on the form.
2. Log on to www.jonathansri.com/4101parkingsurvey and complete the quick survey by Wednesday 13 September 2017.
If you are generally supportive of a Resident Parking Permit Scheme, but have specific concerns or requests regarding the rules on your street, I encourage you to mark ‘In favour’ on the council form and express your specific concerns via our survey: www.jonathansri.com/4101parkingsurvey
If you live in the southern half of the West End and Highgate Hill peninsula, you should be receiving two letters in the mail about the proposed Residential Parking Permit Scheme: one from my office and one from the council. If you didn’t receive one or both of these letters please call my office ASAP on 3403 2615 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.