Attention Burswood Peninsula residents: Parking permits applicable to Burswood Peninsula residents are “Event Permit”. More information about event permits can be found at the Town’s website Parking Permits under the "Event Permit" tab.
The Town provides parking permits to residents in accordance with the Parking Permit Policy and parking local law.
Two types of permits can be issued; following assessment against the criteria:
* For Residential Parking Permit: A maximum of three vehicles can be registered and be listed on a permit. However, only one vehicle at any time can display and utilise this permit.
**Credit Card Payment Surcharge - When processing your credit card payments, the Town is charged with significant merchant fees by the banks. To recover a portion of the merchant fees on credit card payments, Town levies a small surcharge of 1% to our customers.
To provide residents who have limited onsite parking, with an exemption to access parking near their properties that have sign-posted restrictions.
An eligible residential property, which does not comply with the on-site parking requirements of the State Planning Policy 7.3 Residential Design Codes (R Codes), may apply for a maximum of one residential permit.
Properties are ineligible for a residential permit if:
a. They comply with the on-site parking requirements of the State Planning Policy 7.3 Residential Design Codes (R Codes); or
b. The development approval concedes less than the required number of on-site parking bays under the R Codes.
a. Heavy or long vehicles,
e. Taxis, or
Notwithstanding any other provisions which restrict the number of residential permits that may be issued, the Chief Executive Officer may approve the issue of additional residential permits, to any resident, under such conditions as the Chief Executive Officer considers necessary.
To provide a period of up to one year for residents to make alternative arrangements if there is inadequate on-site parking available.
a. A standard parking bay on private property is equivalent to a space of 2.4m x 5.4m an additional 300mm width for any wall or other barrier it abuts.
b. Driveways or similar on private land leading to a carport or garage which are equivalent to the space of a parking bay are considered to be a parking bay.
c. Space that could reasonably be converted into parking are considered to be a parking bay.
d. Parking bays which are being used for purposes other than parking (such as storage of goods) are considered to be a parking bay.
a. Heavy or long vehicles
Notwithstanding any other provisions which restrict the number of transitional permits that may be issued, the Chief Executive Officer may approve the issue of additional residential permits, to any resident, under such conditions as the Chief Executive Officer considers necessary.
The R-Codes require dwellings to provide on-site car parking. In some instances, old dwellings were built without car parking on site. As a base, dwellings with more than one bedroom require two car parking bays. This can be reduced where:
Yes, you may be eligible for a maximum of one residential parking permit.
Yes, you may be eligible for a maximum of three transitional parking permits.