McKinlay Street Car Parking Precinct

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The City of Victor Harbor has a vision to develop land in McKinlay Street for car parking that serves the broader community.

In early 2020 the Council sought the community's ideas for the site, and obtained a better understanding of the community's views in relation to car parking in Victor Harbor's Town Centre.

Feedback gained through the consultation highlighted a preference from the community for developers to contribute to the cost of facilities that provide car parking rather than ratepayers. In line with this Council has undertaken an expression of interest process to explore private sector partnerships for the McKinlay Street site. The expression of interest does not impact on the Anchorage Hotel development progressing. In fact, Council has clearly mandated that any proposed development of the site must support the parking needs of the Anchorage Hotel at the same time as addressing future parking needs of the broader town centre.

Further parking options are a necessity to attract new businesses to the town centre, off-set the loss of parking from urban renewal projects, and cater for new and improved facilities like the Victor Harbor Visitor Centre and Arts and Culture Centre.


Further updates will be provided on this page.

The City of Victor Harbor has a vision to develop land in McKinlay Street for car parking that serves the broader community.

In early 2020 the Council sought the community's ideas for the site, and obtained a better understanding of the community's views in relation to car parking in Victor Harbor's Town Centre.

Feedback gained through the consultation highlighted a preference from the community for developers to contribute to the cost of facilities that provide car parking rather than ratepayers. In line with this Council has undertaken an expression of interest process to explore private sector partnerships for the McKinlay Street site. The expression of interest does not impact on the Anchorage Hotel development progressing. In fact, Council has clearly mandated that any proposed development of the site must support the parking needs of the Anchorage Hotel at the same time as addressing future parking needs of the broader town centre.

Further parking options are a necessity to attract new businesses to the town centre, off-set the loss of parking from urban renewal projects, and cater for new and improved facilities like the Victor Harbor Visitor Centre and Arts and Culture Centre.


Further updates will be provided on this page.

Page last updated: 09 Jul 2021, 03:31 PM