BCS Inc. News 2012
PLAN FOR BEAUMARIS HOTEL: BCS Inc. objected to overdeveloping this grand 1882 landmark building.*VCAT
SUPPORTS BAYSIDE COUNCIL REFUSAL: BCS Inc. joined Council in appeal against 14 dwellings for 431-2 Beach Road. *
SOUTHERN WARD POLL: Heather
Stewart & Laurie Evans to join Council. Cr Michael Norris’s poll loss was a setback for Bayside.
2012*VCAT ALLOWS FORESHORE BUSHLAND CLEARING: BCS Inc.’s appeal against the clearing was disallowed by VCAT.*BCS INC. URGES MEMBERS TO VOTE 1 FOR MICHAEL NORRIS: View the BCS Inc. advertisement in Bayside Review Local. *TALK BY FORMER CSIRO ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH CHIEF: Click
here to access the video of his talk. *VCAT HEARING ON BICYCLE ROAD: This is open to the public. BCS Inc. will appear at VCAT on 10 October 2012 at 10 am.
2012*MORNING TO REDUCE table ROCK CAPE IVY: Members to meet for this on Sunday,
23 September 2012, 10 am to 12.
*STATEMENT ON BEAUMARIS BAY MARINA PLAN: BMYS Ltd. website details work to date and expected EES timing.
2012*VCAT MEDIATION – BICYCLE ROAD APPEAL: BCS Inc. & Council officers met to explore details of Appeal on Planning Permit.*
STREET TREE PRUNING AROUND POWER LINES: A Bayside Review article gives some of BCS Inc’s views on this subject.
2012*BCS INC. & FRIENDS table ROCK PLANTING & BARBECUE: See details
for the event on Sunday morning, 24 June 2012.
2012*GENERAL MEETING ENDORSES APPEAL TO VCAT ON BICYCLE ROAD: The meeting supported the lodging of this Appeal.
*POINT AND CORAL AVENUES SLO1: Planning Minister, Matthew Guy, approves Beaumaris’s first Significant Landscape Overlay.*BCS INC. LODGES VCAT APPEAL ON BICYCLE ROAD EXTENSION: Appeal on Planning Permit to remove swathe of trees.
COUNCIL APPROVES BICYCLE ROAD EXTENSION: See details of Council approval of Beaumaris foreshore bush removal.
MARCH 2012*CASE AGAINST BICYCLE ROAD INTRUSION INTOFORESHORE PUT: BCS Inc. officers explain case to the Melbourne Times.
RICKETTS POINT LANDSIDE CLEANUP DAY: BCS Inc. invites volunteers to assist on Sunday, 4 March 2012.
TO PLANNING APPLICATION FOR BICYCLE ROAD: BCS Inc. urges residents to object.
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