BeCA was invited to participate in the turning of the first sod of Stockland’s new link road which will provide a second entry/exit to the estate for all residents. This is the first stage in a $M25 project to construct the first stage. The new road will begin at the Caloundra Rd roundabout near Corbould Park and link into the new Bellvista Blvd extension.
The road should be completed and in use in 12 months time.
In attendance was the State Govt Minister for Roads, Mark Baily, Stockland’s Ben Simpson, local MP Mark McArdle, BeCA’s President Les Thomas and local Councillor Rick Baberowski who can be seen in the photo turning the first sod.
This road is a project that BeCA has sought to be constructed for many years. Though it does fit in with Stockland’s plans to extend their estates, it also serves to provide that long sought after ‘second’ entry exit for Bells Reach and Bellvista residents.
Also in attendance were the Minister’s ‘advisors’ with whom BeCA had met recently along with Jason Hunt. The representatives were able to confirm an upcoming meeting before Christmas to further update BeCA’s representatives on the government’s plans for any processes for road upgrades around the Sunshine Coast.