Cr Baberowski wishes to remind residents that Council has a minimal role to play with any work being done by Stockland. The agreement to build Bellvista, Bells Reach and Caloundra South was negotiated between Stockland and the State Government. It is Council’s role to ensure any work completed is covered by that agreement. Changes to the agreement can only be made between Stockland and the State Government.
The fence in the photo above is considered an “Acoustic Fence” under these guidelines.
The period up until the relocated bus stop is completed just south of the Bellvista/Dumbarton Drive roundabout will require care by youngsters when leaving the bus and crossing busy roads at school drop off times.
The long grass at the southern edge of Jill Chamberlain Reserve was visited and Cr Baberowski saw the concerns first hand. He will now confer with those responsible at Council.
Over 150 trees are to be removed from beside Bellvista Blvd and the original Bellvista Estate. At this stage BeCA is unsure if these trees are to be removed or replaced. The trees are wattles and therefore are a major fire risk. Many residents have concerns that these trees overhang their property and homes and drop leaves into gutters. This creates issues during the summer storm season.
Following further incidents, BeCA has again requested the immediate installation of bollards to keep cars off Canavan Gracie Recreational Reserve. In a response from Council, BeCA has been told that Council will need to fully investigate the request. Council receives many requests which it investigates and then prioritizes for action.