Monthly Report - September 2018

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 parks and places you like to go to, so they can get an idea of what you would like to see in your local area.

The City will then take your feedback and work on a strategy to plan, design and implement play spaces in the future. This doesn't mean they are changing all the current play spaces and playgrounds; they want to hear from the community about what works and what doesn't so they can do things better.

Click on the Play Spaces Map tab on this link (https://engage.bayswater.wa.gov.au/play-space-strategy). To drop a pin you will be asked to sign in; this is to gather demographic information only. Drop as many pins as you like to tell us the local parks and places you go to and what you would like to see in the future. The map will close at 5pm on Friday, 5 October 2018.

Come to one of our community listening posts at the City of Bayswater libraries and use the mapping tool or contribute your idea to our ideas tree. Drop in anytime during the following sessions:

Community Listening Posts

Monday 17 September: 11.30am - 1.30pm at Bayswater Library

Tuesday 18 September: 11am - 1pm at Morley Library

Thursday 20 September: 4pm - 6pm at Maylands Library (the Rise)

For more information please contact Lucy Griffiths on 9272 0905 or at lucy.griffiths@bayswater.wa.gov.au

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

Community Garden

Roxy Lane Community Garden is a sub-committee of Arena Arts and are setting up a community garden in the rear of the Maylands Autumn Centre. If you are interested in being involved, contact:

roxylanegarden@gmail.com

https://www.facebook.com/Roxy-Lane-Community-Garden-535144430279034/

On Sunday 19 August I attended the planting day organised by the Friends of Maylands Lakes. It was a great turn out with approximately 25 people coming to lend a hand. We planted 1200 native plants and trees around Lake Brearley. Well done!

Maylands Brickworks

We are led to believe that the final proposal from the State Heritage Office will be presented to Council in “a few weeks time”. That is all the information that we have at this time.

Maylands Waterland

At the Ordinary Council meeting on 28 August 2018, Council unanimously supported an application to the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSCI) for a 1 million dollar forward planning Community Sport and Recreation Facility Fund (CSRFF) grant for the future of Maylands Waterland.

Free Workshops

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 - community.services@bayswater.wa.gov.au 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)

Amended Application – Proposed change of use to boutique micro-brewery and car park and associated alterations. Lots 8 and 68, 175 Guildford Road and Lot 66, 66A Seventh Avenue, Maylands.

The owner of the above property is seeking an amended approval for a proposed change of use to boutique micro-brewery and car park at the subject property on or before 4:30pm, Monday 10 September 2018.

The proposed brewery and dining/tasting facilities are to be accommodated in the existing buildings located at 175 Guildford Road. Parking is to be provided on the vacant lot at 66A Seventh Avenue, to be accessed from Ellard Lane which is to be widened as part of the development to facilitate two-way access.

In accordance with the provisions of the City of Bayswater Town Planning Scheme No. 24 (TPS 24), the application is being advertised for public comment. The amended proposed development involves an additional six car parking bays to be provided on the south east side of Ellard Lane and your comments regarding this aspect are invited:

Plans of the proposal are available here: https://engage.bayswater.wa.gov.au/21396/documents/85877

Should you have any queries, please contact Michael Robson in the City's Development Approvals on 9270 4127.

Proposed Two-Storey Single House; Lot 311, 7 Sopwith Elbow, MAYLANDS

The owner of the above property is seeking approval for proposed two-storey single house at the subject property. In accordance with provisions of the City of Bayswater’s Town Planning Scheme No. 24, the proposal is being advertised for public comment on or before 4:30pm, Tuesday 11 September 2018.

Plans of the proposal are available here: https://engage.bayswater.wa.gov.au/21396/documents/85926

Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Adam Dyson in the City’s Development Approvals on 9272 0646.

Proposed Two Storey Single House; Lot 54, 78 Ferguson Street, MAYLANDS

The owner of the above property is seeking approval for two storey single house at the subject property. In accordance with provisions of the City of Bayswater’s Town Planning Scheme No. 24, the proposal is being advertised for public comment on or before 4:30pm, Wednesday 12 September 2018.

Plans of the proposal are available here: https://engage.bayswater.wa.gov.au/21396/documents/86081

Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Remajee Narroo in the City’s Development Approvals on 9272 0638.

Planning and Development Services Committee (on Agenda for Tuesday 11 September)

Item 9.5 Proposed New Lease - Kiosk and One Stop Shop at The RISE

Council supported the Officers recommendation of offering the lease to iCollege. This item on the agenda is the returning report post advertising period.

Community Technical, Finance and Corporate Services Committee (Tuesday 18 September)

Agenda not available until 11/12 September.

If you have any questions or wish to raise any local issues, please don’t hesitate to get in contact. email: catherine.ehrhardt@bayswater.wa.gov.au

mobile: 0437994710

facebook: www.facebook.com/Cathehrhardt/

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