Church Point Works Update

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Dear Scotland Island Residents

As stage one of the Church Point Upgrade is about to start, we ask that you kindly share this update with your members.

Between July 2016 and April 2017, we will undertake reclamation works and build a new sea wall, main road and walkway.

Work to

Church Point Carpark Aesthetics Design Group – Community input requested

Northern Beaches Council have established an advisory group to have input into some aesthetic details of the design of the new Church Point Carpark.

See the project updates webpage and  Terms of Reference for the advisory group

EOIs were called for a communication sent to all SIRA members on the

Smaller plan for Yamba

Objectors to $7m development prompt foreign investor to build smaller residence on Scotland Island

The new plans for Yamba on Scotland Island, which are far less lavish than before. Picture: Supplied 

A  BILLIONAIRE foreign businessman has abandoned plans to build a lavish home at a

Northern Beaches Council Announced

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The NSW Government has proclaimed that Pittwater will merge with Manly and Warringah councils to form a new Council to be known as the Northern Beaches Council which takes effect from 12.30pm today, 12 May 2016.The new Council will be headed up by Administrator Dick Persson and Interim General Manager

Expressions of interest open for Church Point Upgrade Aesthetics Advisory Group

The Church Point Upgrade Aesthetics Advisory Group will represent key stakeholder and community views and provide input on the final aesthetics of the car park and boardwalk project. This includes elements such as landscape treatments, walkways, lighting and facades.

Items that are out of scope for the group include any …

ACT NOW! Ask Council to fix demand management

Act now to request




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



CP parking areas

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


Important 48 Hour Survey – Your Views needed (Closing Saturday Feb 27th 5 pm)

Following Tuesday’s Community Forum on Council Amalgamation the SIRA Committee would like to hear your opinion on the matter and whether the SIRA committee should make a submission to the government on the community’s behalf.

We need to hear your views and encourage you also to make your own submission.…


Pittwater Council staff and Councillors will be coming to Scotland Island to discuss the Council Amalgamation.

Where: Community Hall

When:  Tuesday February 23rd

Time:  7: 00 pm

Is the proposed 2 Council solution for the Northern Beaches certain?

Is the single Northern Beaches Council proposal still an option?

Please come …