Monthly Report - August 2018
Community Grants Program
Applications are now open for the 'Better Bayswater Grant' which is targeted at community activities or projects aimed at making Bayswater better.
The City can fund up to a maximum of $5,000 subject to the applicant funding a minimum of 50% of the project. Closure for receipt of applications is 4pm on 10 September 2018.
For more information, visit: www.bayswater.wa.gov.au/residents/community-grants-program
The Roxy Lane Theatre
Arena Arts has now moved into the Maylands Autumn Centre and on Saturday 28 July I had the honour of announcing the new name, The Roxy Lane Theatre, on the Offical opening night.
National Trust/Peninsula Farm – On Saturday 28 July I attended the Oak Tree Celebrations at Peninsula Farm. Lots of Family fun with Acorn and Oak Leaf Arts, crafts and games, Sausage sizzle and traditional folk music. The Oaks there were grown from acorns brought out from England by the Hardey family and planted circa 1830/40s.
Maylands Neighbourhood Soup – A great place making initiative organised by Creative Maylands which saw the winner of the evenings pitches being Ben Yaxley with his idea for Flopfest – an amateur film festival. Congratulations on taking home the $910 start up money to host the event in Maylands.
Friends of Maylands Lakes are having a planting day.
When: Sunday, 19 August 2018
Time: 9.00a.m.-12.30p.m. (the more volunteers helping, the earlier it will finish)
Where: Corner of Hinkler Loop and Dakota Avenue, Maylands (planting will be along the Lake Brearley foreshore of Hinkler Loop)
Please bring: Enclosed footwear/gum boots, raincoat, hat, gloves, small trowel, bottle of water.
The City of Bayswater will provide gloves and small trowels if you don't have your own, and will be overseeing the work (and provide tea and coffee).
Metro Central JDAP has approved the revised plans for stage 2 of the Unison development. The revision includes removal of the 10 storey central tower, making the entire development 3 storeys.
Woolworths/Peninsula Tavern – Have just completed removal of the rear car park of the Peninsula Tavern. I have no further information available on this at this time.
The City of Bayswater is hosting a series of free community workshops and information sessions. A great resource for local groups, clubs and individuals.
All sessions (except Basic First Aid) will be held at the Bayswater Civic Centre - 61 Broun Avenue, Morley. Bookings are essential - firstname.lastname@example.org or 9270 4107. All workshops are universally accessible.
“Basic First Aid” - Wednesday, 19 September 2018, 6pm to 7.30pm
Bayswater Waves - Corner Broun Avenue & Priestly Street, Embleton
Facilitated by St John Ambulance.
“Events - Planning it right” - Wednesday 17 October 2018, 6pm to 7.30pm
Everything you need to know about running an event in the City of Bayswater.
“Stats for Breakfast” - Friday, 23 November, 7.30am to 8.30am
All the latest stats about the City of Bayswater to support future planning and funding proposals.
Planning Applications (currently out for comment)
Planning and Development Services Committee (on Agenda for Tuesday 14 August)
Item 9.1 Proposed Three Two Storey Grouped Dwellings Lot 181, 15 Puntie Crescent, Maylands
OFFICER'S RECOMMENDATION is to approve subject to conditions.
Item 9.5 Proposed New Lease - Kiosk and former One Stop Shop areas at The RISE 28 Eighth Avenue, Maylands
OFFICER'S RECOMMENDATION is to accept the lease offer from iCollege.
Community Technical, Finance and Corporate Services Committee (Tuesday 21 August)
Agenda not available until 14/15 August.
Cr Ehrhardt Councillor Column 24 July 2018: Community-led projects to bring vibrancy
“We're proud of our great public spaces in the City of Bayswater. Our town centres are not just a collection of shops, but vibrant community hubs where people gather, cultures mix, friends meet, and celebrations happen. The City is keen to support initiatives that bring vibrancy to our town centres of Noranda, Morley, Bayswater and Maylands.
With this in mind, community groups and businesses were recently offered the chance to apply for funding that would contribute to the ‘activation’ of our four town centres. I am delighted to announce that 13 community-led projects have been successful in obtaining grants through our recent Seed Placemaking Funding. The initiative generated a tremendous amount of interest and it's been great to see the passion and creativity that exists in our community.
There are some fantastic projects in the mix for Maylands; a series of free silent disco events, an entry statement artwork, and the revitalisation of the bins along Eighth Avenue. Also approved were; vertical gardens in Morley, a long table dinner in Noranda, and a Parklet on King William Street in Bayswater. I look forward to seeing these projects come to life before the end of the year.”
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