Coromandel Approach, Port Coogee - Parking Review

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Consultation has concluded


Background

The City of Cockburn is investigating opportunities to enhance parking capacity in Port Coogee. One location identified for potential improvement is Coromandel Approach.

It is proposed that the existing parking bays (between Brunswick Street and Orsino Boulevard) be rotated from their east-west layout to a north-south layout, which will increase the number of bays to nine. Any vegetation and landscaping in the proposed bay footprint would be salvaged and repositioned nearby. See a diagram of the proposed changes in the Document Library on the right of this page.


Share Your Feedback

The City seeks feedback on this proposal via the short survey below.

Feedback closes 4pm, Thursday 7 November 2019.


Consultation has concluded


Background

The City of Cockburn is investigating opportunities to enhance parking capacity in Port Coogee. One location identified for potential improvement is Coromandel Approach.

It is proposed that the existing parking bays (between Brunswick Street and Orsino Boulevard) be rotated from their east-west layout to a north-south layout, which will increase the number of bays to nine. Any vegetation and landscaping in the proposed bay footprint would be salvaged and repositioned nearby. See a diagram of the proposed changes in the Document Library on the right of this page.


Share Your Feedback

The City seeks feedback on this proposal via the short survey below.

Feedback closes 4pm, Thursday 7 November 2019.


  • Project Update

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    Thank you for your feedback!

    Thank you for sharing your feedback on the parking realignment proposal for Coromandel Approach.

    The City collected over 50 responses from the community. A total of 82% of respondents indicated a preference for the parking to remain as is and therefore the proposal will not be progressed. Additional feedback and comments have been noted for future consideration.