Henley Transport and Parking Plan (HTPP)

This consultation has concluded.

The Henley Transport and Parking Plan is a plan to improve transport and parking in the Henley Beach study area, with a focus on the Henley Square Precinct. It contains specific priority actions to improve transport and parking and concept designs for key streets.

To date two stages of consultation have been delivered on the Henley Transport and Parking Plan study. Over 800 responses have been received by community members. Thank you for your participation to date.

Stage 3 Consultation Now Open!

The draft Henley Transport and Parking Plan is now available for viewing. There are a number of ways

The Henley Transport and Parking Plan is a plan to improve transport and parking in the Henley Beach study area, with a focus on the Henley Square Precinct. It contains specific priority actions to improve transport and parking and concept designs for key streets.

To date two stages of consultation have been delivered on the Henley Transport and Parking Plan study. Over 800 responses have been received by community members. Thank you for your participation to date.

Stage 3 Consultation Now Open!

The draft Henley Transport and Parking Plan is now available for viewing. There are a number of ways you can provide feedback.

You can:

Consultation closes 24 May.

 


The Henley Transport and Parking Plan is a plan to improve transport and parking in the Henley Beach study area, with a focus on the Henley Square Precinct. It contains specific priority actions to improve transport and parking as well as concept designs for key streets.

The study area includes the Henley Square Precinct boarded by North Street, East Terrace, South Street and the coast and the wider Henley Beach area between Grange Road, Cudmore Terrace, Henley Beach Road and the coast.

The objectives of the plan are to:

  • better align transport with other aspects of a prosperous, socially and culturally cohesive community, healthy and active lifestyles;
  • plan for future demands of streets and open spaces in response to changing urban land use and urban densities and the foreseeable expectations of people living in these precincts; and
  • plan for the future demand of streets and public places in response to the changing needs and expectations of people living in the precinct, foreseeable changing land uses and increasing urban densities.

The Plan will focus on local area traffic management, car parking, public transport, cycling, walking, urban design and amenity.

To date two stages of consultation have been delivered on the Henley Transport and Parking Plan study. Over 800 responses have been received by community members. Thank you for your participation to date.

Stage 3 Consultation Now Open!

The draft Henley Transport and Parking Plan is now available for viewing. There are a number of ways you can provide feedback.

You can:

Consultation closes 24 May.

 

This consultation has concluded.
  • Community Information Session

    about 6 years ago
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    We are holding a Community Information Session (drop-in) where you will be able to view the Draft Transport and Parking Plan and talk to our project team on the proposed key actions.

    Date: Wednesday 15 May 2013
    Venue: Henley & Grange Memorial Oval, Atkin Street, Henley Beach
    Time: Drop in anytime between 6pm and 8pm
    RSVP: Register your attendance by 14 May to Kath Mardon on 8408 1270.

    Coffee and tea will be provided. You are welcome to bring along your feedback form and submit it on the evening.

    We are holding a Community Information Session (drop-in) where you will be able to view the Draft Transport and Parking Plan and talk to our project team on the proposed key actions.

    Date: Wednesday 15 May 2013
    Venue: Henley & Grange Memorial Oval, Atkin Street, Henley Beach
    Time: Drop in anytime between 6pm and 8pm
    RSVP: Register your attendance by 14 May to Kath Mardon on 8408 1270.

    Coffee and tea will be provided. You are welcome to bring along your feedback form and submit it on the evening.

  • Have your say at the Community Workshop!

    over 6 years ago
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    We are now seeking community comment on the Discussion Paper, and the actions and treatments it proposes.

    A community workshop will be held at 6.30pm, 13 March at the Henley and Grange Memorial Oval, Henley Beach.

    Please RSVP to Kath on 8408 1270.

    We are now seeking community comment on the Discussion Paper, and the actions and treatments it proposes.

    A community workshop will be held at 6.30pm, 13 March at the Henley and Grange Memorial Oval, Henley Beach.

    Please RSVP to Kath on 8408 1270.

  • Consultation to date

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    The following consultation has been undertaken and informs the known issues presented in the Issues Paper.

    Community workshops facilitated by the City of Charles Sturt were held in September and November 2011.

    A Stakeholder Workshop held with members of the following organisations on Friday 5 October 2012:

    • Public Transport Services Division, Office of Cycling and Walking and Metro Region of the Department of Planning Transport, and Infrastructure
    • The South Australian Police
    • Taxi Council
    • Urban  Design Institute of Australia
    • Australian Institute of Urban Studies

    A Community Workshop was held at the Henley and Grange Memorial Oval on Wednesday 10 October 2012.

    A feedback form was posted to 2,450 residents throughout the study area. 172 completed forms were received and the comments reviewed.

    Issues presented in this paper have been summarised from all of the various consultation inputs.

     

    The following consultation has been undertaken and informs the known issues presented in the Issues Paper.

    Community workshops facilitated by the City of Charles Sturt were held in September and November 2011.

    A Stakeholder Workshop held with members of the following organisations on Friday 5 October 2012:

    • Public Transport Services Division, Office of Cycling and Walking and Metro Region of the Department of Planning Transport, and Infrastructure
    • The South Australian Police
    • Taxi Council
    • Urban  Design Institute of Australia
    • Australian Institute of Urban Studies

    A Community Workshop was held at the Henley and Grange Memorial Oval on Wednesday 10 October 2012.

    A feedback form was posted to 2,450 residents throughout the study area. 172 completed forms were received and the comments reviewed.

    Issues presented in this paper have been summarised from all of the various consultation inputs.