Much (but not all) of the mowing has been completed around the estate and it sure looks as good as it has for sometime. Thanks to those involved (SCRC & Stockland) for getting our estate to looking a lot better. Click on the photo for a larger view.
All we need now is for people to stop driving vehicles over parks etc where the ground remains saturated and unable to accommodate vehicles!
Much of the graffiti around the main park area has now been removed. Remember to use the SCRC Service Request Form (click HERE) to register any problems you see around the estate which require SCRC attention. “The squeaky wheel gets the oil!” It takes a few seconds to complete the online Service Request Form and the more who raise the concern with the Council, the greater chance things get attended to quickly.
BeCA believes that resident response via the SCRC Service Request links has encouraged the council to attend to the graffiti. SCRC have also removed unsightly graffiti from the BBQ area in the park at Rawson St. Thankyou SCRC!
Cr Anna Grosskreutz has arranged a meeting with BeCA representatives and the ULDA in Brisbane. A mutually convenient date for the meeting is now being negotiated. Discussion will centre on all ramifications for Bellvista2 development and the original Bellvista estate and residents.
These will include such items as current road condition, emergency exit and entry to the estate, a second readily available entry exit to the estate, traffic concerns on Bellvista Blvd including duplication, bus drop off facilities, increased traffic and the impact on road conditions, further traffic congestion concerns within the estate (Bellvista Blvd/Stornaway Ave roundabout), access to Bellvista Market Place from stages 7 & 8 of Bellvista2 and Helicopter training circuits and other concerns from Caloundra Airport especially those relating to Community Friendly Industries.