The latest BeCA Newsletter, “The Connector” is about to be delivered by our volunteers. Hopefully these will be delivered to all Bells Reach and Bellvista homes prior to Easter. The Newsletter takes a minimum of time to put together. Basically we copy/paste items from this website into a template we have, adjust the print size, make corrections and send it off for printing. By the time you get to read the article in “The Connector” that news may be several weeks old.
This website is your source for all the latest BeCA happenings!
Any teething problems with the new website should now be sorted. The website receives many visitors and page views. The more people who visit the website, the greater the space (bandwidth) BeCA has to allow for. A second bandwidth upgrade about to be completed should clearly cover all our needs from now on!
The SC Council mowing contractors have again descended on Bellvista giving all parks and grassy areas a mow. This area of the estate is looking great. Bells Reach parks are still maintained by Stockland’s “Peter Hayes” gardening teams and the Bells Reach parks always look fantastic.
The addition of a Security Person around Quinn Park has made conditions there much safer for all.
Roadworks on Bellvista Blvd are completed and traffic moves much more easily in and out of the estate, even at peak times. The problem continues to grow as traffic along Caloundra Rd grows. BeCA is able to keep in contact with relative parties on the second entry/exit road to be built from the Caloundra Rd/Kawana Link Way roundabout. Regretfully some issues involving ‘approvals’ continue to delay the project.
BeCA is hopeful of meeting with the ALP’s Jason Hunt to see if he can bring any pressure to have any approvals fast tracked with the new Queensland ALP State Government.
BeCA now has direct contact with the person monitoring Stockland’s sub-contractors on major works. This contact should ensure the situation which recently occurred with the Bellvista Blvd roadworks never happens again. The Caloundra Weekly picked up the traffic mayhem problem in this week’s issue.
BeCA has moved quickly to inform police of trail bike problems around the northern edge of the estate. We are hopeful of some improvement on this behaviour. Police have also been informed of the site which has re emerged where inappropriate behaviour occurs behind the new Child Care Centre under construction near Bellcarra Retirement Resort. BeCA thanks vigilant residents who have passed information on to us. In turn BeCA has reported the incidents on to the local authorities.