A0034887B VICTORIA

 

ABN 82 104 322 096

Beaumaris Conservation Society Inc.
(formerly Beaumaris Tree Preservation Society 1953-70)

P.O. Box 7016

 

BEAUMARIS VIC 3193

info@bcs.asn.au

www.bcs.asn.au

Tel 0395891802, 0429176725

 

Fax 0395895194

 

Issues

 

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BICYCLE ROAD ROUTE THREAT: Incursion into Beach Park Crown land foreshore reserve if Charman to Cromer Road bicycle road link is not confined to the road reserve.

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116-BERTH MARINA IN BEAUMARIS BAY: A marina, more Bay filling on the Beaumaris Bay Fossil Site, and more works on the Motor Yacht Squadron site are sought.

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PROPOSED EXTRA SIGNS ON BEAUMARIS FORESHORE: BCS Inc. letter seeks less clutter and visual intrusion. See photos of the 193 signs on the Marine Park section.

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VPO3 VEGETATION REMOVAL IN BEAUMARIS: VPO stands for “Vegetation Protection Overlay”, but nearly all Council activity under this heading is to approve REMOVAL of trees.

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COUNCIL’S DRAFT BATHING BOX POLICY: Council has altered the original draft and will seek further comment before finalizing it.

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SITING FOR A JUNIOR SKATEBOARD RAMP IN BEAUMARIS: See the evolution of this proposal.

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SECURITY OF ROOT SYSTEMS OF SIGNIFICANT INDIGENOUS TREES: See details of recent trees at risk.

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YELLOW PLANNING APPLICATION NOTICES: See the BCS Inc. Register of recent notices of applications for overdevelopment of lots, and for removal of native vegetation in a VPO3.

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BEAUMARIS CONCOURSE ACTIVITY CENTRE: Bayside City Council has modified Planning Scheme Amendment C49 initial form and sent it to a Panel for report.

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NEED TO NAME & UPGRADE ZONING OF BEAUMARIS PUBLIC LAND: BCS Inc. letter to Bayside City Council seeks naming & more appropriate zoning for ten special areas.

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INDIGENOUS PLANT LIST: Some of the indigenous plants of Beaumaris that need to be conserved, protected and encouraged to increase

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FORESHORE PEST PLANT LIST: Some of the non-indigenous and pest plants on the Beaumaris foreshore - the most virulent of the latter urgently need to be eradicated.

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24 HECTARES OF MUSSEL ARRAY: Expansion of the area of Beaumaris Bay leased for growing mussels on floating racks in the open sea from 6 hectares to 24 hectares

 

 

Link to the Port Phillip Conservation Council Inc., of which BCS Inc. has been a Member Organization since 1970