ELECTIONS I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support in the recent Local Government elections. I was successful in re-election, securing nearly 71% of the vote. I wish both Richard Hall and Robyn Walsh (the other candidates) well in their future endeavours. Congratulations to returning Councillors, Michelle Sutherland and Sally Palmer, and to newly elected member, Councillor Steven Ostaszewskyj. Congratulations to our returning Mayor, Councillor D
My alternate motion for the Maylands Brickworks didn’t get a chance to come up as a Foreshadowed motion. However I would like to thank Mayor Dan Bull for the quick thinking to add them in to as amendments to the substantive motion moved by Cr Petersen Pik. There is a 6th limb to the motion, but I don’t have the wording at hand. It basically* added request for a report to prepare a scheme amendment to make the Brickworks Lake and surrounding park land public open space.
Strategic Community Plan The City is undertaking a review of our Strategic Community Plan, and we want to hear from as many City of Bayswater residents, ratepayers and business owners as possible. Give your feedback online https://bit.ly/2CggqAR Play Space Strategy The City is reviewing all of their current play spaces and looking at different ways of providing play experiences to the community in the future. They'd like to know where your favourite play spaces are and which
Building Bayswater The Building Bayswater Community Panel have finished with their workshop session. From here, their recommendations will be compiled and provided to the City to help inform the built form component of the Local Planning Strategy. Dog Exercise Area Review The Dog exercise areas survey has now closed. We are currently reviewing existing and potential dog exercise areas in the City of Bayswater in order to accommodate increasing demand and improve public amenit
The Mayland's Brickworks is a wonderful example of a historic building in the City of Bayswater. The Metropolitan Brick Company began its operations there in 1927 and the buildings have been identified as an important example of brick-making technology and a significant example our industrial history. The kiln is the last remaining Hoffman kiln in Western Australia and is one of only four left in Australia. Council recently approved the start of a concept and feasibility stud