Campaign 2008B: Reducing Beaumaris foreshore’s over-abundance of signs
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|*|| 2015 – RICKETTS POINT SIGNAGE DESIGN STYLE GUIDE:
BCS Inc. letter to Bayside Council on its proposed changes to signage on the Sanctuary coast.
|*|| 2008 – PHOTOMONTAGE OF RICKETTS POINT MARINE SANCTUARY COAST’S 190 SIGNS :
See clickable photo montage, and description and site of each of the 190 signs. Most signs still remain in 2017,
but one of the worst – whose 1.4 square metres of white background blighted views of Table Rock from the sea
– has fortunately been removed.
|*||2008 – STAFF REPORT TO COUNCIL ON SIGNAGE:
BCS Inc. speaks at Bayside Council’s General Committee meeting:
Concerns on this staff report and the impact of signage on Beach Park.
|*||2008 – PROPOSED EXTRA SIGNS ON BEAUMARIS FORESHORE:
BCS Inc. submission seeks less clutter and visual intrusion than the present or proposed regime provides.
|*||2007 – “COASTAL SIGNAGE STRATEGY 2007”:
This Bayside City Council document over-emphasizes prolific signage at the expense of the natural coastal landscape.
|*||MOBILE PHONE TAGS:
Small two-dimensional barcodes printed on signs are a good way for mobile phone users to quickly access more information than can fit on a small sign. The pages can be readily updated or corrected. Bayside City Council already uses such tags in some of its parks, e.g. Cheltenham Park and Donald MacDonald Reserve, Beaumaris.