Carpark time limit
The City of Albany says it has worked hard behind the scenes to secure the future of public parking at the busy Stirling Terrace carparkj.
Parking in the carpark between Stirling Terrace and Peels Place in Albany will soon be limited to 2-hours from June 11.
However, City engineering manager Dave King said the landowner would issue permits in accordance with their leasing arrangements.
“The carpark between Stirling Terrace and Peels Place is a private carpark,” he said.
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“The City has negotiated with the landowner to continue to allow public parking for short-term use so there are more parking options for customers visiting the city centre.
“The new 2-hour time limit will apply to anyone who does not have a permit displayed. The landowner will issue permits in accordance with their leasing arrangements.
“The City encourages those working in the city centre on an all-day basis to either utilise their employer’s carpark or use other bays further away from the shopping precinct.”
A parking plan can be downloaded from www.albany.wa.gov.au and a hard copy can be obtained from the North Road Office.
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