Work on the villa development opposite Bellvista Market Place is well underway as you can see in the photo left, click on the photo for a larger view.
The new Bellvista grass mowing tender has been let by the SCRC and for the first time only one contractor will be maintaining the grass areas for the whole estate. A team of workers and equipment has been hard at it the last day or so giving the parks a tidy up and a mow.
Where the average total of 30% of residences are rental properties across Queensland, it has been reported that Bellvista has a rental property rate of 19%, well below the statewide average.
Broken windows have been repaired and graffiti has been removed from the Land Sales Office by Stockland. At the recent AGM Cr Grosskreutz reported there had been an alarming amount of vandalism at the new Toilet Block. Residents are urged to be vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour to Caloundra Police on (07) 5439 4444.
The new Notice Board at Bellvista Market Place is available for residents to use. See the Service Desk at the IGA Supermarket for more information on procedures for placing your community announcement on the Notice Board.
The mid week edition of the Caloundra Weekly page 8 had a report on the recent Caloundra Airport Master Plan Community Meeting held at Caloundra Airport on August 3rd. The article points out Bellvista residents’ concerns raised by BeCA representatives at the meeting.
Concerns raised by Berkey Place residents (see post below) were raised with Stockland at a meeting recently. Stockland listened to the concerns sympathetically but the final decision will be made by the ULDA. Local MP Mark McArdle will be raising the issue when he meets with the ULDA later this month. He will be presenting a petition signed by most of the residents affected by the raised island traffic proposal.