BeCA urgently requires more residents to attend a forum to provide suggestions for the parks and open spaces of the new Bellvista2 development so they best suit the needs of the total Bellvista Community. The forum is on this Sunday, most likely between 11 am and 2 pm at the Land Sales Office in the main Bellvista park overlooking the ‘top’ lake.
This is a great opportunity for residents to have some input into what is going to happen to the park areas and open spaces in the new Bellvista2 development.
Child minding facilities will be available and Stockland will provide a fine spread to ensure no one goes home hungry. A group of 10 to 15 residents is required and at this stage there are vacancies for about 8 to 10 people.
The tables have already been arranged at the Land Sales Office all in preparation for the meeting so feel free to forward an email by clicking HERE to book your spot or ring the BeCA Secretary on 0407546311. Young families, older families, everyone’s view is important!
A suggestion has been put forward that a possible name for one of the new parks could be ‘Grosskreutz Park’ in recognition of the fine work Anna has put in with Sunshine Coast Regional Council on behalf of our estate. What do you think? Come along and voice your opinion. Do you have any other suggestions or ideas?
What facilities should the new parks have for resident use and enjoyment? BBQ’s, toilet blocks, picnic areas, appropriate playground equipment for all age groups, shade sails, a skate board rink, tennis court, cricket pitches, netball facilities, are just a few of the suggestions. This is your chance to have some real input into the new Bellvista2 parks, playgrounds and open spaces.
Details of the Forum appear below:
Date: Sunday, April 10th, 2011
Time: Possibly 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Venue: Bellvista Sales Office
Lead Facilitator: Maree Machin, bukaji consultants
Expertise and Co-facilitators: Suzanne Crawford, AECOM Shelley Martin, AECOM
Input from community of Bellvista as to the features that are important for the park/ open space elements of Bellvista II with particular focus on the preferred elements or features of the neighbourhood park (I)
What is important in creating parks/ open space that suits all ages and stages?
How can you make open space / parks high use, safe, valued and loved community assets?
What might this look like for this first park?
Top priorities for this park?
The workshop will be highly interactive and participants will enjoy lots of opportunity to share ideas, explore concepts and play with some of the tools of the trade of open space design (butter paper, swatches etc)