Broughton Street, Kirribilli - Proposed Loading Zone

Feedback closes midnight Sunday 8 September 2019.

Council has received representations concerning deliveries to Woolworths Metro, Kirribilli. The matter was considered by the North Sydney Traffic Committee at its meeting on 8 February 2019 where it was recommended that Council investigate a suitable location for a loading zone between 4am and 7.30am, for a trial period of 6 months, including consultation with local businesses.

Council received further representations from Woolworths and members of the community suggesting that 4am may be too early due to noise concerns. In response to these representations, Council is proposing to install a 11.4 metre Loading Zone 6am to 9am Monday to Saturday in front of 11-17 Broughton Street (TerryWhite Chemmart and Thai Fusion). In selecting the location, Council’s Traffic Engineers have taken into consideration the size of the delivery trucks, proximity to Woolworths and existing parking restrictions.

Council is seeking feedback from the community regarding this proposal before determining this matter. If Council proceeds with installation of a loading zone Council, will review the matter after 6 months.

All comments received by Sunday 8 September 2019 will be considered when the matter is determined, however it is not intended to reply to individual respondents.

To obtain a paper version of the survey contact Council’s Traffic Operations Manager, Michaela Kemp on 9936 8243 or visit the Customer Service Desk.

For further information contact Council’s Traffic & Transport Operations Manager on 9936 8243 or yoursay@northsydney.nsw.gov.au 

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CLOSED: This survey has concluded.