Loch Street, Nedlands - Proposed Parking Restrictions

Consultation has concluded

The volume of traffic and vehcile parking has created sight distance issues for vehicles exiting driveways on Loch Street.

Loch Street is distributor road providing connectivity with other major roads and carries in excess of 7,000 vehicles per day.

As a result it is considered that the provision of parking on both sides of the street is now inappropriate given the function of the street and availability of existing parking on the west side which is under jurisdiction of the Town of Claremont.

Following investigations by the City, it is proposed to install “No Stopping Road or Verge” signs on the east side of Loch Street between Carrington Street and Bedford Street.

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

To participate in this project, please register using the Register to get Involved tab above. It is important that you register (if not already registered). This will enable you to receive ongoing updates on the project.


You can do any of the following to be involved:

  • Review the information, FAQs and proposed designs in the document library
  • Ask us a question by using the Ask Us a Question tab and we will respond
  • Complete the quick poll, do you support the proposed parking restrictions?
  • If you would rather provide individual feedback, please use the feedback tab below
  • Contact a member of the Project Design Team (see Who's Listening on this page)

Please note that all feedback is assessed regardless of the tool that is used. It is advisable to provide your feedback using the tool that best suits your needs. Multiple submissions by an individual is assessed as one submission. All feedback received via email and by letter will also be placed on this engagement page.

Project updates will be provided via the newsfeeds for as the project progresses.

The engagement period closed on 20 August 2018.

The volume of traffic and vehcile parking has created sight distance issues for vehicles exiting driveways on Loch Street.

Loch Street is distributor road providing connectivity with other major roads and carries in excess of 7,000 vehicles per day.

As a result it is considered that the provision of parking on both sides of the street is now inappropriate given the function of the street and availability of existing parking on the west side which is under jurisdiction of the Town of Claremont.

Following investigations by the City, it is proposed to install “No Stopping Road or Verge” signs on the east side of Loch Street between Carrington Street and Bedford Street.

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

To participate in this project, please register using the Register to get Involved tab above. It is important that you register (if not already registered). This will enable you to receive ongoing updates on the project.


You can do any of the following to be involved:

  • Review the information, FAQs and proposed designs in the document library
  • Ask us a question by using the Ask Us a Question tab and we will respond
  • Complete the quick poll, do you support the proposed parking restrictions?
  • If you would rather provide individual feedback, please use the feedback tab below
  • Contact a member of the Project Design Team (see Who's Listening on this page)

Please note that all feedback is assessed regardless of the tool that is used. It is advisable to provide your feedback using the tool that best suits your needs. Multiple submissions by an individual is assessed as one submission. All feedback received via email and by letter will also be placed on this engagement page.

Project updates will be provided via the newsfeeds for as the project progresses.

The engagement period closed on 20 August 2018.

Consultation has concluded
  • Project deferred

    8 months ago
    Project deferral

    Since the undertaking of the community engagement for this project, the Metropolitan Regional Road Group has met and considered the road rehabilitation projects for 2019/20 financial year and recommended that the City of Nedlands receive grant funding for Loch Street between Stirling Highway and Carrington Street.

    The City has also discussed this project with the Town of Claremont and can confirm that this project could be expanded to include addressing parking issues on both sides of the road.

    As a result, the Council has deferred this current project which will be included in the new project being scoped for the...

    Since the undertaking of the community engagement for this project, the Metropolitan Regional Road Group has met and considered the road rehabilitation projects for 2019/20 financial year and recommended that the City of Nedlands receive grant funding for Loch Street between Stirling Highway and Carrington Street.

    The City has also discussed this project with the Town of Claremont and can confirm that this project could be expanded to include addressing parking issues on both sides of the road.

    As a result, the Council has deferred this current project which will be included in the new project being scoped for the 2019/20 financial year (as above). The provision of amended parking prohibitions in Loch Street will now be deferred until completion of the road rehabilitation works between Stirling Highway and Carrington Street including the parking bays project with the Town of Claremont.

  • Engagement period now closed

    10 months ago
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    Thank you for your feedback which is now being analysed. The outcomes will be provided on this engagement page following the assessment of the feedback and reporting of the outcomes to the Council.

    Thank you for your participation in this project.

    Thank you for your feedback which is now being analysed. The outcomes will be provided on this engagement page following the assessment of the feedback and reporting of the outcomes to the Council.

    Thank you for your participation in this project.

  • Loch Street - Sight issues with parked cars and vehicles using the street

    11 months ago
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    The City of Nedlands has investigated recent complaints regarding the lack of sight distance for vehicles exiting driveways on Loch Street. To alleviate sight distance issues for residents exiting properties, the City proposes to install “No Stopping Road or Verge” signs on the east side of Loch Street between Carrington Street and Bedford Street.

    Tell us your thoughts by completing one of the engagement tools: submission or feedback. Don't forget you can ask us a question or keep up-to-date as the project progresses by reading the newsfeeds.


    The City of Nedlands has investigated recent complaints regarding the lack of sight distance for vehicles exiting driveways on Loch Street. To alleviate sight distance issues for residents exiting properties, the City proposes to install “No Stopping Road or Verge” signs on the east side of Loch Street between Carrington Street and Bedford Street.

    Tell us your thoughts by completing one of the engagement tools: submission or feedback. Don't forget you can ask us a question or keep up-to-date as the project progresses by reading the newsfeeds.