Miramar 24-hour parking limit proposal
Have your say on the proposal to introduce 24-hour parking in Miramar South.
||3 February 2017
||5.00p.m., 24 February 2017
Miramar: Proposed 24-hour time-restricted parking boundary
The Council is considering introducing 24-hour time-restricted parking in the area bounded by Calabar Road, Caledonia Street, Devonshire Road, Ellesmere Avenue, Crawford Green and Broadway.
The objective is to reduce conflict over parking in this area.
If the proposal is approved, vehicles parked in one spot in the area for more than one day would be liable to be towed and ticketed.
For more details on the proposal, see: News - 24-hour parking limit proposed for Miramar South Streets - 2.02.17
View the proposed area: Miramar Parking: Proposed 24-hour Time Restricted Parking Boundary Map (2.67MB PDF)
To give the Council your feedback on the proposal, complete the form below. The deadline for feedback is 5pm on Friday 24 February.
The submission form is also available in a printable version which you can post:
Printable Feedback Form
You can also send us your comments:
- by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- by letter to:
Attention: Lindsey Hill, Traffic Engineers Team
Wellington City Council
PO Box 2199
Council traffic experts have been gathering data and looking into the concerns of local residents over the past year regarding parking pressures in the South Miramar area.
Part of the problem is caused by air travelers using some streets near Wellington Airport as an unofficial long-stay car park.
Other reasons for the parking pressures are the increase in businesses operating in the area and the general growth in vehicle ownership.
Engagement Officer, Transport Choice
- May 2017: Feedback is considered by the City Strategy Committee.
- June 2017: Changes to parking are introduced, if the proposal is approved.