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|
|Any 4P restriction|
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
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Clean Up Australia Day is here again – Sunday, March 6, 2016
Scotland Island is registered to participate once again!
This event encourages and inspires thousands of Australians to take to their local park, beach, bushland and streets and really help make a difference to their local environment
Saturday, January 23
11am for 12pm start
BBQ provided on the beach and award presentations after the event
Enquiries: Scott Taylor 0450 660 231
Child Care Rebate/Child Care Benefit approved: up to 50% rebate
Share in our unique surroundings, create friendships and community.
We have an inspired and committed team dedicated to making our service the best place for our children.
The Kindy – Fully approved child care centre
Children 18 months to 6 …
Below is a letter from SIRA and WPCA to Council and sent to Councillors – please note the amended motion for the meeting on 7 December at the end.
Re: New Church Point Carpark/Changes to Parking Conditions in Local Streets – the Devil is in the Detail
The Offshore Communities …
YOUR ACTION IS NEEDED TO PROTECT FUTURE ACCESS TO OUR HOMES
Pittwater Council has just released the long awaited Report on future parking infrastructure at Church Point. This report has been produced in preparation for the matter to come before Council on Monday, December 7 .
We need more time …
The survey was held as part on an ongoing Scotland Island community consultation and engagement process on this issue. While the issue has been on the community agenda for decades it became more focused in the past six months with the review of the Sydney Water Licence by …