BeCA has reported the tear in the sun sail and a repair required on the rubberised ledging at the playground near the Land Sales Office to SCRC for attention. Stockland are repairing the faulty lighting at the tennis court.
Stockland has advised BeCA that Bellvista Blvd roadworks continue to be on schedule with everything due to be completed by the end of February weather permitting. SCRC has requested a more timely process to laying the bitumen on the new roundabout which will delay its completion for up to an extra 14 days. Motorists will need to show patience for just a little longer. At one stage the new roundabout was expected to be operational from mid February.
Stockland are looking to plant trees etc to improve the outlook for the property overlooking the new roundabout.
BeCA has been advised to work with Stockland to provide “To Caloundra” signage at the Lomond Cres/Stornaway Ave, Stornaway/Bellvista Blvd and Dumbarton Drive/Bellvista Blvd roundabouts.
Stockland is currently liaising with SCRC on improved signage along Bellvista Blvd for businesses at Bellvista market Place and for their Bells Reach project.
BeCA has been notified of damage being done to letter boxes around the estate in the last day or so. This activity means effected residents should be on the guard for ‘identity theft’. Some of the contents have been recovered and police are expecting to be able to obtain some excellent fingerprints from these items. The offenders will be identified from CCTV coverage from around Bellvista Market Place where some of these offences occurred.
The first Bellvista Connector Newsletter for 2012 should be in all residents’ homes by the end of next week.
Don’t forget the first BeCA Public Meeting for 2012 on Monday March 5th at the Land Sales Office at 6:45 pm. It looks like being a busy meeting. It will be Councillor Anna Grosskreutz’s last meeting as our Councillor representing Division 1. Prospective Division 1 candidates have been invited to attend this meeting and any candidate who hasn’t been ‘officially introduced’ to the community by BeCA will be given a chance to speak.
Our main speaker is Mick Graham whose topic is The Future of Caloundra Airport – Some Crystal Ball Gazing. Mick has had previous experience with airport development so he should be well worth listening to.
BeCA will be contacting the Bellvista Tavern for an update and all the latest information and announcements. These updates will be then put here on the BeCA website.