It is reasonably calm around our estate at the moment. School Holidays mean things do quieten down on our roads. This has given the SCRC Bellvista Gardening Team a chance to do some beautification work on the roundabout at the intersection between Stornaway Drive and Lomond Cres. Plants are being replaced and the area re mulched.
Recently LGM (the SCRC mowing sub contractors) descended on the estate and gave all parks another mow. It is just delightful doing a morning walk around the lakes in Canavan Gracie Recreational Park at the moment.
The extended closing hours for the Bellvista Tavern has created a minor problem for some nearby residents with the carpark lighting remaining on until 1:30 am every morning. Residents are liaising with Tavern Management and Pratt Property to find a mutually acceptable solution. All parties are confident that a reasonable solution can be reached without jeopardising the safety of the public or hotel staff.
Helicopter activity in the skies above us though not ideal has improved. Just as the repetitive circuits of a helicopter is getting on residents’ nerves, the flights cease for an hour or so giving some respite to Bellvista and Bells Reach.
The Bellvista Community Association has its April Management Committee Meeting on Monday April 8th. One subject for discussion will be seeking representation from residents at Bells Reach on our committee.
BeCA understands the Caloundra Aerodrome Master Plan has been passed by Council. However at this stage BeCA is unaware of what is in the approved Master Plan. BeCA hopes some arrangements have been included in the final plan for the construction of a Satellite Helicopter Training Facility which would remove the repetitive circuits of helicopters from above our estate.