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COPP draft Parking Management Policy October 9, 2019

Posted by jaagstkilda in News.


City of Port Phillip Parking Management Policy endorsed

On 20 February 2020, Council endorsed the new Parking Management Policy. This includes amendments made in response to community feedback on the draft Policy received in October and November last year. 

Key dates

Changes related to the new Policy will not commence until 1 July 2021, and some changes will not occur until 2025. This timing will allow the community to adjust to and prepare for the new Policy requirements before the take effect.

This link will take you to the Council’s meeting agenda and relevant documents.

If you have any questions about the implementation of the new Policy, visit portphillip.vic.gov.au/parking_permits.htm or alternatively contact Assist on 9209 6777.



Between 7 October and 3 November 2019, the City of Port Phillip sought community feedback on the draft Parking Management Policy via an online survey as well as meetings with residents and business owners.

The draft Policy has been informed by more than four years of consultation with the community.


The proposed changes in the draft Policy include:

  • Area-based Residential Parking Areas to create fairer access to parking for residents.
  • Demand responsive time controls and paid parking areas designed to maximise turnover and increase carparking availability based on demand.
  • A more streamlined and flexible range of available Parking Permit types.
  • Tiered pricing for Resident Parking Permits to promote the use of existing off-street parking resources and further manage demand across the City.


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