BeCA wishes all Bellvista residents a safe and happy Easter break.
SCRC (Sunshine Coast Regional Council) gardening teams have been out in force with mowing teams being extra busy catching up after recent heavy rain. The estate is looking quite good right now. The large open space at the end of Lindesay Street is an area controlled by Stockland and is therefore out of the jurisdiction of the SCRC and has not been mown as yet.
Recent heavy rains have curtailed work on the new shopping complex on the corner of Lomond Cres and Rawson St. The medium density development opposite the new shopping complex appears to have slowed too. It has been suggested a certain percentage of units need to be pre sold before further funding is available.
The next BeCA Public Meeting is due to be held on Monday April 19th at 6:45 pm for 7 pm in the Land Sales Office at Lake Bellvista. All residents are invited to attend. There will be reports on all BeCA happenings and an opportunity to ask questions and raise issues.
BeCA April Newsletters (Bellvista Connector) should be delivered to all homes by the weekend 10/11th April. Or you can download an online copy HERE.
A traffic counter has been seen on Bellvista Blvd and a Keep Clear area has been marked at junction of Old Caloundra Rd and Bellvista Blvd. BeCA also requested that the SCRC investigate a Keep Clear area at the junction of Bellvista Blvd and Bellcarra St as well as right and left turn lanes where Bellvista Blvd meets with Caloundra Rd. Council was doubtful there was enough room in Bellvista Blvd for the two turn lanes and that the Bellcarra St and Bellvista Blvd Keep Clear area could not be justified on overall daily traffic rates.
Councillor Grosskreutz has raised the naming of the main park around Lake Bellvista in her column in the Caloundra Weekly delivered to homes recently. This has been done at BeCA’s request to ascertain public response to the proposed name, “Canavan/Gracie Park”. The next step in the process is to forward the suggested name to SCRC for approval.