People Parking Project is about parking people in public spaces. We create assets that re-imagine car parks and enliven city streets.

What's a Parklet?

Born in San Fran in 2010, the idea of parklets is simple: turn car parks
into ‘parks’ for people, encourage community interaction, provide people focussed amenity, support cultural expression and increase local business capacity.

Parklets can be used for strategic urbanism, forming a part of the community and governance engagement projects that promote people orientated urban design.

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The Mobile Parklet

At People Parking Project, we have developed a trailer Parklet, one which by virtue of being on wheels, can be taken to any location quickly and easily. It’s mobility and ability to be registered anywhere reduces red tape and provides amenity in a cost affordable manner.

As a community engagement tool, The Trailer Parklet comes into it’s own. It’s versatility provides councils and activation organisations to test the viability and community uptake for more permanent extensions to public space.

As an extension of outdoor dining the Trailer Parklet is a no brainer; 2 extra tables and 10 extra chairs or parking for 1 vehicle out the front of a hospitality business… with our tried and tested consultation processes we think there’s only one correct answer.

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Rent or Buy

Want one for your street or business? The community would love you for it! Currently we have a rent and a buy option.

Rent

Prices start at $200 per day plus $800 bump in/out fee

Buy

Prices from $19,500. See Product Specification sheet (above) for details on exclusions and optional extras. Cost reduces for multiple orders.

Feel free to Email us with any queries.

People

Kris is a creative business developer with a diverse career of event, project and not for profit management. His 10 years of business management since graduating from a Bachelors Degree of Business earnt him the 2015 Sydney Young Entrepreneur of the Year at the NSW Business Chamber Business Awards. Kris enjoys the challenges of community development, creating well aligned partnerships and guiding fresh ideas from inception to realisation.

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Alex is a NSW registered, practicing Architect and entrepreneur who combines a scientific approach to sustainability and a poetic approach to how an environment is experienced. His 14 years of experience in the industry has equipped Alex to find creative solutions to seemingly difficult problems whilst ensuring quality is not compromised. Alex has become a leader in mobile architecture with his innovative design and delivery of a mobile retail store, an off grid flat pack tiny home and now a trailer parklet.

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Branko has held positions in governance, education, architecture and construction since completion of a Master in Architecture. These experiences have equipped Branko with an acute understanding of user experience, which informs his approach to each design problem, scaleable from city building to ergonomics.

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Glebe Point Road Moveable Parklet Program

To ‘road test’ our design we coupled with the Glebe Chamber of Commerce and City of Sydney Council to run a 2 year investigation into the effectiveness of parklets on an urban high street.

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The first phase of this project was initiated in July 2016 and utilised a Council grant and an existing mobile shipping container asset placed in 3 locations over 6 months. The positive results of this initial study can be seen in the below report.

The second phase involved crowdfunding the development of our innovative trailer parklet design for another 6 month trial in multiple locations. 33 local residents, community organisations and businesses ensured that the project was successfully funded and the 2 prototypes were built.

ABC Gardening Australia’s Costa Georgiadis helped launch the new design in October 2015 at the headquarters of major sponsor Sydney City Toyota. The design builds on the findings of the 1st parklet trial along Glebe Point Road in 2015/16 reducing red tape, increasing mobility and utilising private funding streams to prove financial demand for product.