City of Casey - Parking Strategy 2018

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Draft City of Casey Parking Strategy

The City of Casey has developed a parking strategy to assist Council in managing existing parking and plan for future parking across Casey.

Specifically, the Parking Strategy:

  • Provides a direction for management of future parking provisions in the City of Casey.

  • Details the key tools that are available to Council for management of existing parking supply.

In some areas there is high parking demand. However, across a number of activity centres, such as Cranbourne and Hampton Park, recent analysis has revealed an oversupply of parking (shown in Figure 1). These activity centres have shown parking precincts where demand does not reach 85% occupancy at any time (including peak).

Figure 1: Cranbourne Town Centre Parking Demand


Council is exploring the use of new parking technology to help manage the exisiting supply of parking more efficiently.

Planning mechanisms used for the management of parking are addressed in the Parking Strategy. These include:

  • Casey Planning Scheme
  • Parking Enforcement Procedure
  • Residential Permit Parking Policy
  • Local Area Traffic Precints.

Have your say on parking management in Casey

  • Complete the short survey on how parking is managed and opportunities for the future
  • In the survey, identify the areas where parking is and is not serving your needs.


Draft City of Casey Parking Strategy

The City of Casey has developed a parking strategy to assist Council in managing existing parking and plan for future parking across Casey.

Specifically, the Parking Strategy:

  • Provides a direction for management of future parking provisions in the City of Casey.

  • Details the key tools that are available to Council for management of existing parking supply.

In some areas there is high parking demand. However, across a number of activity centres, such as Cranbourne and Hampton Park, recent analysis has revealed an oversupply of parking (shown in Figure 1). These activity centres have shown parking precincts where demand does not reach 85% occupancy at any time (including peak).

Figure 1: Cranbourne Town Centre Parking Demand


Council is exploring the use of new parking technology to help manage the exisiting supply of parking more efficiently.

Planning mechanisms used for the management of parking are addressed in the Parking Strategy. These include:

  • Casey Planning Scheme
  • Parking Enforcement Procedure
  • Residential Permit Parking Policy
  • Local Area Traffic Precints.

Have your say on parking management in Casey

  • Complete the short survey on how parking is managed and opportunities for the future
  • In the survey, identify the areas where parking is and is not serving your needs.