Construction is powering ahead on the Child Minding Centre at the intersection of Stornaway Ave and Lomond Crescent. Concrete is being poured (see photo left) and the finishing touches are being applied.
The recent rain has caused the project to be delayed by 2 months but construction could be finished during the week of April 16th.
This will be another wonderful asset for Bellvista.
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BeCA has received a couple of interesting emails relating to aircraft noise over the estate. It seems the issue is not a clearcut one as the email in the post below suggests.
Stockland will be attending BeCA’s Committee Meeting on Monday April 2nd to provide an update on proposed landscaping works for Bellvista Blvd between Dumbarton Drive and Stornaway Avenue as well as the new Display Village.
BeCA will be discussing the condition of Bellvista Blvd and its environs at this Committee meeting. The SCRC is responsible for the maintenance of Bellvista Blvd so BeCA will need to liaise with our ‘new’ Councillor (whoever that may be) to have the road attended to.
Keep your eye on this website for information on the five candidates standing for election for the right to represent us on the Sunshine Coast Regional Council. Elections are due to occur on Saturday April 28th.
BeCA’s Facebook Page is attracting some interesting comments on a variety of issues. One interesting comment relating to the roadworks at Bellvista Blvd/Caloundra Rd roundabout is:
I live up here in Pelican Heights and my stress level at school run times has decreased dramatically now that I turn left and come back at the roundabout. I didn’t realise how sick I felt every day putting my kids lives in danger at that intersection. And it takes no time at all to go down there. I like it much better like this.
BeCA has been informed that the missing rubberized strip along the eastern side of the playground near the toilet block is to be replaced when the weather is suitable. This strip is designed to deflect water away from the playground area during heavy rain.
When the strip is not there and we experience heavy rain, the playground fills with water washing the tan bark out and into the lake. SCRC is also aware of the problem of tan bark being washed out of fitness centre areas especially the area near the footbridge after heavy rain as can be seen in the photo left.
The email regarding aircraft noise appears in the post below.