Review of the Parking Control Trial in Gladys Elphick/Narnungga (Park 25)

Have your say on the trial of the parking controls introduced into Gladys Elphick Park / Narnungga (Park 25).

Project Information

We want your feedback on the trial of the parking controls introduced into Gladys Elphick Park / Narnungga (Park 25) (‘Park 25’) to determine whether the changes to parking controls implemented with the re-opening of the car parks are appropriate for Park Lands users and other community sporting groups that use Park 25.

If you use the car parks in Park 25 or are a user of the Park Lands, we would love to hear from you.


Background

In 2017, Council approved the construction of a new Sports Pavilion within Park 25, which also resulted in the upgrades of both the Northern and Southern car parks (see below).

Prior to the re-development, the existing (105) spaces were unrestricted (no time restriction) with a ‘No Stopping Any Day’ 10pm-10am control.

With significant development occurring within the locality of Park 25, most notably the New Royal Adelaide Hospital, there was a perceived risk that the two car parks would be heavily utilised by non-Park Lands user groups. At the request of Council, South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) undertook a Parking Management Review to determine an appropriate management system for the southern car park. Council considered the findings of this report and agreed to:

  • Implement a ‘Three (3) Hour Area Parking ‘Any Day’, 8.00 am-6.00 pm non-ticketed parking control in both the Northern and Southern car parks;
  • Provide thirty (30) ‘Permit At All Times’ spaces in the Southern car park for SACA / St Ignatians’ players / officials and ground staff.

The car park parking control has now been in place for over six months and we are undertaking consultation to better understand how these parking facilities are being utilised and whether the parking controls are appropriate for Park Lands users, SACA and other community sporting groups that use Park 25.

Consultation Pack
For enquiries please contact
Have your say on the trial of the parking controls introduced into Gladys Elphick Park / Narnungga (Park 25).

Project Information

We want your feedback on the trial of the parking controls introduced into Gladys Elphick Park / Narnungga (Park 25) (‘Park 25’) to determine whether the changes to parking controls implemented with the re-opening of the car parks are appropriate for Park Lands users and other community sporting groups that use Park 25.

If you use the car parks in Park 25 or are a user of the Park Lands, we would love to hear from you.


Background

In 2017, Council approved the construction of a new Sports Pavilion within Park 25, which also resulted in the upgrades of both the Northern and Southern car parks (see below).

Prior to the re-development, the existing (105) spaces were unrestricted (no time restriction) with a ‘No Stopping Any Day’ 10pm-10am control.

With significant development occurring within the locality of Park 25, most notably the New Royal Adelaide Hospital, there was a perceived risk that the two car parks would be heavily utilised by non-Park Lands user groups. At the request of Council, South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) undertook a Parking Management Review to determine an appropriate management system for the southern car park. Council considered the findings of this report and agreed to:

  • Implement a ‘Three (3) Hour Area Parking ‘Any Day’, 8.00 am-6.00 pm non-ticketed parking control in both the Northern and Southern car parks;
  • Provide thirty (30) ‘Permit At All Times’ spaces in the Southern car park for SACA / St Ignatians’ players / officials and ground staff.

The car park parking control has now been in place for over six months and we are undertaking consultation to better understand how these parking facilities are being utilised and whether the parking controls are appropriate for Park Lands users, SACA and other community sporting groups that use Park 25.

Consultation Pack
For enquiries please contact

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