The next SIRA meeting will be held on Sunday, 16th December, 2018 from 10:00 am to 12.00 noon in the Community Hall. Come along and meet the new committee. All welcome.…
This is a reminder that the closing date for submissions responding to Council’s proposals for Demand and Parking management at Church Point is this Sunday, April 10. Some residents have asked for a clear explanation of the issue. For this we have prepared:
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|
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 …
Pittwater Council will be making their final decision whether to accept tenders to proceed with construction for the additional parking at Church Point on the evening of Monday March 7.
A brief survey to all members has been distributed by email to determine community views on two essential matters.
At the Council meeting held Monday December 7, the decision to proceed with going to tender (next week) for the construction of additional parking infrastructure including the road re-alignment, new walkway was approved.
What was also discussed:
a) the budget for the project , and
b) changes to parking arrangements …
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 …