The SIRA AGM will be held on October 21 at 10 a.m. in the Scotland Island Community Centre. Come along and hear about developments with SIRA and participate in electing a committee for 2019.…
Friday, Dec. 15th
Offshore residents rally against Pasadena redevelopment
Local residents plan a protest rally on Saturday in opposition to the renovation and reopening of the Pasadena building at Church Point.
“The overwhelming majority of the community does not want this venue reopened,” said Sharon Kinnison, spokesperson for …
Today the Northern Beaches Council have published an outrageous proposal to remove 25% (the roadside row of the main carpark) over the weekend from those with a Church Point Parking Permit. This removes a right we have had for over 50 years (since the main carparking area was created) to …
Act now to request
EFFECT ON NUMBERS
for unrestricted 24/7 CP Permit Parking
|Back Streets||The number of spaces lost due to safety to be kept to a minimum||Our view is that there is a need to remove only about 20 – 30 spaces|
Council’s Demand Management Proposals reduce unrestricted spaces available by approx. 128 for Church Point Parking Permit (CPPP) holders
You will no longer be able to park for more than 4 hours or 12 hours during the daytime in these 128 spots which currently have unrestricted 24/7 access
A Motion on the Council Agenda, Item C9.1 “Design and construction of a seawall, roadway and carpark” was passed last night at the Pittwater Council meeting
1. That the recommendation contained in the report in the Confidential section of this Agenda be adopted
2. That Council invite representatives from …
SIRA conducted a survey of Scotland Island Residents to determine the community’s attitudes in relation to the impending Council Decision to give final approval for the built of the new Car Park at Church Point.
To read more detail about outstanding issues, please click here.
On 6 March, SIRA …