Waymouth Street East Northern Footpath Upgrade

Consultation has concluded

Have your say on Council's proposed upgrade to improve accessibility, comfort and amenity in this popular dining strip.

Background

Waymouth Street is emerging as an important city street for business and hosts a cluster of restaurants and cafes between King William Street and Topham Mall. The northern footpath here needs renewal to address safety, access and capacity requirements.
We have developed a preliminary plan and are now seeking community feedback prior to implementation.

Project Information

The project aims to improve accessibility, comfort and amenity through the provision of wider footpaths and new street tree planting. These improvements align with Council’s Strategic Plan actions to create high quality, accessible footpaths, increase the number of trees in built up areas of the City and support economic growth for businesses.

Benefits of the project

  • Improve the accessibility, capacity and comfort level for pedestrians
  • Provide increased footpath space for outdoor dining
  • Plant 15 new street trees.

Project Impacts

Changes to existing on-street car parking arrangements are required. Proposed on-street parking arrangements have been informed by a parking utilisation survey undertaken in mid-February 2017. The proposed changes are identified in the following table, and visually in the Preliminary Plan.

Final on-street parking arrangements will be determined following consultation with each of the impacted businesses.

Have your say on Council's proposed upgrade to improve accessibility, comfort and amenity in this popular dining strip.

Background

Waymouth Street is emerging as an important city street for business and hosts a cluster of restaurants and cafes between King William Street and Topham Mall. The northern footpath here needs renewal to address safety, access and capacity requirements.
We have developed a preliminary plan and are now seeking community feedback prior to implementation.

Project Information

The project aims to improve accessibility, comfort and amenity through the provision of wider footpaths and new street tree planting. These improvements align with Council’s Strategic Plan actions to create high quality, accessible footpaths, increase the number of trees in built up areas of the City and support economic growth for businesses.

Benefits of the project

  • Improve the accessibility, capacity and comfort level for pedestrians
  • Provide increased footpath space for outdoor dining
  • Plant 15 new street trees.

Project Impacts

Changes to existing on-street car parking arrangements are required. Proposed on-street parking arrangements have been informed by a parking utilisation survey undertaken in mid-February 2017. The proposed changes are identified in the following table, and visually in the Preliminary Plan.

Final on-street parking arrangements will be determined following consultation with each of the impacted businesses.

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    Feedback form closes at 5 pm, Monday 15 May 2017.

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    Feedback form closes at 5 pm, Monday 15 May 2017.

    You will be asked to login to your user account before providing your submission .

    It is Council’s policy that for a formal submission to be received it must include your name and residential address. Please ensure your user profile is up to date with your latest contact details.

    Formal submissions will be provided to Council and will be a publically available.

    To become a registered member of Your Say Adelaide, please click here. If you need some help on the registration process please read this handy guide here.

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