It is wonderful to see the parks have again been mowed and are looking great. A couple of rain events caused the grass to grow quickly with some residents remarking it was almost the worst they had seen them looking. But all is well that ends well.
Stockland have contacted BeCA with links to all the latest info regarding the new planning development application for what will be the beginning of Caloundra South and the construction of a second entry/exit road for our area. There is a host of pdf documents available for you to check out if you so desire.
Click http://www.dsdip.qld.gov.au/infrastructure-and-planning/priority-development-area-development-applications.html, then go to page 3 and finally click on DEV 2013/430 for ALL the documentation on the Caloundra South development.
The picture above left shows where a new “Telecommunications Tower” is to be situated. Its construction could see the end to mobile phone troubles for many locals. It is to be situated west of Unity College.
Click on the map for a larger view. Or click here to download your own copy of the full map: PoD Plans – Appendix G – Telecommunications – 2.0 MB
Bellvista Blvd is to be extended further south and will be a major entry point into Caloundra South. The road will then swing to the west and join up with new to be extended Kawana Link Way.
The map below can be downloaded here. and is listed as Attachment 4 – Staging Plan RPS – 1.9 MB on the list of downloads from the link above. The download is a high resolution 1.92 mb pdf so is quite a substantial download. You can zoom ‘in’ to the downloaded document and be able to see a highly detailed view of what is planned.
The light blue colored area will be the “District Centre” which is a shopping complex which BeCA has been told will be roughly the size of Currimundi Shopping Centre.
The two nearby cream/orange areas will be the proposed new P-6 and 7-12 State Schools. The two school sites are labeled Stage 1 so they may be the initial sites to be developed in the area. Stage 2 is a group of residential houses to the south of the “District Centre’.
The dark blue area is labeled “Community” and this may well have been ‘traded’ between Council and Stockland as a part of the agreement to create the “Bellvista Meeting Place”.
The pdf is document is again presented below for your perusal. However for a higher quality version use the download copy from the link above and then ‘Zoom In”.