The lengthy line of culverts previously stored along the southern section of Bellvista Blvd has been moved and now makes up what will become the bridge for the second road and the eventual duplication of Bellvista Blvd. This waterway being traversed by the culverts is at the southern end of Bellvista Blvd just prior to the Arbour roundabout.
The connection of the new dedicated cycleway (veloway) between the Arbour roundabout and Bells Reach Drive is the reason for this work being undertaken. It seems a lot of expense to complete the cycleway (veloway) as the photo shows.
Following a request from a resident and a subsequent concern listed with Stockland, there will be some modification to the intersection of the wide pathway heading up to the bus stop and the Bunnings Footpath. When completed leaving the dedicated cycleway to follow the Bunnings footpath will now be easier for cyclists and others using the veloway.
BeCA has raised the limited number of places where the new dedicated cycleway can be accessed by cyclists with Stockland. Currently there is difficulty getting on to and off the current cycleway unless you are riding straight through. Stockland has assured BeCA that numerous new access points will be installed as the pathway develops into the future.
Following a recent incident at Canavan Gracie Recreational Park, BeCA has suggested to council that bollards be installed around areas of the park to keep motorists off and damaging the grass areas. The request has been met favourably by our Councillor and BeCA is hopeful some action will follow.
Residents should lodge a report report with the police if they witness any inappropriate driver behaviour around the estates. Photographs and registration plate details make the tracking of such vehicles easier for the apprehension of irresponsible and dangerous drivers.