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Parking Permit Application

Additional Parking Permit Application  

PDF versions of the forms are still available in the list at the bottom of this page.

The Traffic and Transport team is responsible for managing traffic and parking on local streets through initiatives such as traffic calming, parking control, optimisation of kerbside parking, as well as the installation of intersection control, pedestrian and access mobility facilities and street lights.

This team administers the operation of the Burwood Traffic Committee under the Delegation of the Roads and Maritime Services. The Committee meets monthly except in January and December. The Committee comprises four voting members who are the representatives of Council, the Roads and Maritime Services, NSW Police, and State Members for Strathfield and Canterbury. Non-voting members comprise the representatives from the State Transit Authority, Chamber of Commerce and Council's Traffic and Transport staff. The Committee considers the public concerns regarding traffic and parking on local streets and recommends appropriate measures to Council for adoption.

This team also provides comments to Council in assessing new developments to measure and control impacts on traffic and parking. In addition, it conducts road safety and behavioural campaigns to increase awareness and improve driver/road user behaviour. Through collective initiatives, the team aims to reduce the number and severity of traffic crashes in the whole Burwood Council area.

For further enquiries regarding traffic, parking, road safety campaigns and street lighting, please phone Council's Customer Service Centre on 9911 9911.

PDF forms

  • Additional Parking Permit

    Wed, 03 August 2016
  • Advisory Directional Sign Application 2019-2020

    Thu, 18 July 2019
  • Busking Permit Application Form 2019 - 2020

    Mon, 05 August 2019
  • Busking Policy  (593 KB)

    Burwood Council encourages activities that contribute colour and life to the Local Government Area (LGA) and opportunities for alternative voices to be heard through public performances.  Busking is described as an entertainer or a number of entertainers (usually up to 5 maximum) who provide impromptu performances for the public by playing a musical instrument, dancing, singing, clowning or juggling, or doing other acts of a similar nature in public places.  Burwood Council recognises that buskers make an important contribution to cultural life of an area by reflecting styles, values and the issues of society at large. Buskers must hold an authorised permit to busk in the Burwood Local Government Area.  Busking permits allow a busker to perform up to 12 times a year in various public spaces in the Burwood Council area .  Applications can be made at Council Customer Service Centre or by completing the Busking Application form and submitting it to council@burwood.nsw.gov.au Please read the Busking Policy to determine whether busking might suit you.Note: a $28.50 Permit processing fee applies to all applications.Call Council on 9911 9911 if you require further information.

    Fri, 30 August 2019
  • Disabled Car Space Application Form 2019-2020

    Mon, 22 July 2019
  • Driveway Delineation Application 2019 - 2020

    Fri, 30 August 2019
  • Electronic Lodgement of Development Applications

    Thu, 04 May 2017
  • Fact Sheet - Key Controls for Residential Development

    Thu, 04 May 2017
  • Kiss and Ride Zones  (395 KB)

    Wed, 16 December 2015
  • Parking Permit  Application

    Mon, 05 August 2019
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