Construction of the new Bellvista Tavern is going ahead at full steam. This photo was taken this morning and shows the building beginning to take shape. Residents will need to keep their eyes open when entering and exiting the Bellvista Market Place Shopping Centre.
There is some extra very heavy traffic around delivering materials for the new Taven building. Fortunately following a personal request from BeCA the clump of trees at the entry to the carpark have been severely pruned back allowing for better and safer vision.
Carparking right near the entrance to IGA is a little more difficult while construction is underway.
BeCA has again made representation to Pratt Property Group on issues effecting residents. These issues include some continued problems with carpark lights shining into some backyards, the appalling and dangerous condition of the road line marking at the entry to Bellvista Market Place and the earlier indication that a Notice Board would be supplied for use by BeCA to better communicate with residents. The BeCA President Paul Harrison has personally requested this information from the Pratt Property Group.
BeCA has received the following email from the Bellcarra Retirement Village Body Corporate to support BeCA’s actions on contining to seek additional road access to Bellvista in the case of an emergency:
On behalf of the Bellcarra Retirement Village, I wish to express our support for your endeavours to have an additional road access into the Bellvista Community. Many of our residents are extremely concerned that, in an emergency, this limited access may restrict or halt traffic flow if there was to be an accident, fire or flooding.
We wholehearted support all that your organisation is trying to do in this regard.
Bellcarra Body Corporate
Bellcarra Retirement Resort
Copies of this email have been forwarded on to SCRC Representatives, our Local Member of Parliament, Stockland and Tim Steele who is a member of the SCRC Disaster Management team.
At a recent meeting between BeCA and SCRC Parks and Gardens it was reported that a major concern of their’s was the problem of weeds. Extensive spraying has since been going on and the fruits of their labours are slowly being witnessed as this photo shows.
It looks a little shabby right now but in a week or two these unsightly weeds should have totally disappeared. Continued action will be required to keep this situation under control.
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