BeCA President Les Thomas and Secretary Deb O’Reilly met with Unity College Principal Rudy Goosem (photo left) to discuss issues of mutual interest. It was re assuring that the subjects of interest to both parties were very similar. Mr Goosem wants to see a second entry/exit to the estate, he is keen develop a true Bellvista community spirit, and he is keen to see Bellvista always looking its best, especially its park and roadways. In short many of the issues discussed were around improving the Bellvista Community for its residents and the students at Unity College.
Building has all but finished at the Unity College site which is another hurdle successfully achieved. This will mean no more large vehicles entering and leaving the school site and surrounds. Eventually Unity College will accommodate around 1400 students at all year levels. Currently the school caters for over 1000 students.
It was agreed the College and BeCA would support each other especially on issues of mutual interest.