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Cobham Lane, Melrose Park – No Parking

Consultation closed on 13 September 2019

In response to concerns raised by local residents, Council is seeking feedback on a proposal to restrict parking on both sides of Cobham Lane, Melrose Park to improve vehicular movement along the laneway.

What are the proposed changes?

In order to improve vehicle movement and access for emergency vehicles, it is proposed to install No Parking on both sides of Cobham Lane.

Why is the change being considered?

Under the Australian Road Rules it is illegal to park in an area that will restrict the carriageway to less than 3m. Given the width of Cobham Lane, Melrose Park is approximately 4.5m, any vehicle parked in this area represents an unacceptable impediment to access, especially for emergency vehicles. Installing No Parking on both sides of the laneway will improve traffic movement and access for emergency vehicles.

To view the plans, click the link on the menu on the right.

Latest Updates

Have Your Say has now closed

Published on 13 September 2019

Have Your Say on the proposed No Parking along Cobham Lane, Melrose Park has now closed.

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 28 August 2019

Have Your Say on Cobham Lane, Melrose Park - No Parking is now open until Friday 13 September 2019.

Have Your Say

Use the online submission form below to provide feedback on the No Parking along Cobham Lane, Melrose Park 

All submissions must be received by Friday 13 September 2019.

Online Submission Form

Submissions have now closed.

View the Concept Plan

Contact us

For more information about this proposal please call our Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222 and quote Our Reference T2019-01398.

Last updated on 16 September 2019