BeCA has been pursuing numerous issues over the last few weeks or even months, many of which haven’t seen much action. However progress is beginning to appear on the new Tavern worksite. More marking out has been completed and there is a small ‘digger’ on site. Click on the photo for a larger view.
The ripped sail from over the playground area near the lake has been removed for repair.
The bushes partially obstructing the view as drivers enter and leave Bellvista Market Place are still there. There has been no action on the road line marking on the extremely dangerous section of the road outside Bellvista Market Place. A BeCA Committee member reported a limb dangling from a tree in the main park near the lake as requiring removal and it is still there. No work has been done on cleaning the water inlets to the top lake. There doesn’t appear to have been much action on BeCA’s request to rename the main park area.
Work hasn’t commenced on the toilet block. At one stage this project was to be completed around Christmas time 2010!
BeCA has been chasing a response regarding the dangerous crossing point at the foot of the Bellvista Blvd hill where the footpath begins to wind its way up behind Bunnings. This dangerous issue was first raised with SCRC in a Meeting with the Councillor in March 2010. BeCA has been told that the dangerous crossing has been evaluated and a report has been made by SCRC but any recommendation has still not been forthcoming.
At least we have a response to the dangerous school bus stop point at Bellcarra Place, funding will be sought so the situation can be fixed in 2012!
BeCA has forwarded a concern from residents regarding the two ‘new’ crossing’ points on either side of the the junction between Lomond Crescent and Rawson St right outside Bellvista Market Place. One crossing point is in Rawson St, the other is in Lomond Cres. Both crossing points invite serious injury to residents (especially children) who attempt to use them as you just can’t see any oncoming traffic around the corner!
BeCA has not received any response to concern raised when workmen decided to allow only one lane of traffic on Bellvista Blvd during an extremely busy morning school drop off period.
But at least work is beginning to happen on the Bellvista Tavern!