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Brooklyn Parking Plan 2022-23

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Council has updated their YourSay engagement platform with the schedule, as at 13th November 2023, of the roll-out of parking signs in Brooklyn.  Timed parking signage is expected to be installed on 16th November.

         You can see Council's schedule, and other correspondence between DIL, BCA, BHPC and HSC regarding the Brooklyn

         Parking Plan in the League  Library> Brooklyn Parking and BPP or by clicking the button below.


The results of the Dangar Parking Needs Survey were submitted to Council on 30th October 2022.

We received 137 surveys for Dangar, 34 for Little Wobby, and 31 for the other river communities.
Thank you to all who participated, the final results are available below.

Comparative census data for Dangar Island from 2001 to 2021, as shown at the community meeting is also below.

The League's submissions to the Hornsby Shire Council on 30th October 2022 and again in April 2023 are below.

These letters and enclosures from the BMC and the CFRs are also in the League Library Brooklyn Parking Folder.

There is a presentation below of the work of the Brooklyn-Hawkesbury Parking Collaboration (BHPC), including draft parking suggestions that were submitted to Council in October 2022.

Dangar Island League Submissions to HSC - 1: 30th October 2022 | 2: 12th April 2023

(enclosures mentioned are available in the League library)

Brooklyn-Hawkesbury Parking Collaboration Draft

Dangar Island Parking Needs Survey Final Results.

HSC documents relating to Council General Meeting, 10th August 2022
These can also be found on the HSC website

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