The new Adventure Playground at Bells Reach has become a major hit with both locals and visitors from outside the estate. Groups of mums from both Bellvista and Bells Reach have found it a great meeting place and several impromptu “Play Groups” have grown from it along with new social friendship groups.
Becker Helicopters have acknowledged BeCA’s concerns regarding flights over the estate on Sunday. A detailed response is still to come from them. The person who will make the response has been busy after involvement with the recent Glasshouse Light Aircraft mishap and will respond as soon as their duties permit.
Our first Newsletter for 2013, “The Bellvista Connector” should be delivered to all Bells Reach and Bellvista homes before the end of the month.
Our first Public Meeting for 2013 has been set down for Monday March 4th at 6:45 pm in the Old Land Sales Office, Canavan Gracie Recreational Park. Our guest speakers include Unity College Principal Rudy Goosem and Sunshine Coast Airport CEO Peter Pallot. All Bells Reach and Bellvista residents are welcome to attend.
BeCA is disappointed that there has been little (if any) police response to concerned residents following trail bike activity at all hours of the day and night behind their homes at the northern edge of the estate. Residents have followed QPS requests to report incidents. However there has been no follow up action so the problem persists. BeCA is taking the concerns up with Caloundra Police to try to get some resolution to the concerns.
Bells Reach residents would also love the police to catch the driver of the red Porsche convertible which regularly carries out hooning activities in Sky Rd Bells Reach on Friday or Saturday nights. BeCA has also passed on these details to Caloundra Police for attention.