- The car park entrance is clearly recognisable and visible to approaching vehicles
- The car park entrance offers a positive contribution to the streetscape and maximises active use of street frontages
- The vehicle crossing uses traffic calming measures to minimise danger and disruption to pedestrians and cyclists
- The car park entrance allows traffic to flow freely on the street
The entrance to a car park needs to be a clearly legible, without dominating a building or the streetscape.
The appearance of the entrance should be designed to complement the building facade. Entrances that are poorly designed will confuse or deter patrons which can contribute to safety issues.