Current Issues

2020 Borough of Queenscliffe LGA, ‘Meet the Candidates’ online webinar 12/10/20;  Response to Questions:

Below are the responses we have received from some of the candidates, to questions submitted that were not answered on the night.

Please note that a question directed to Ms. Salter, & Mr Ebbels regarding DQ was withdrawn by the original questioner.

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CBCA Borough Q and A Candidate PIERCE, JACQUI

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Questions – Borough Webinar – Fleur Hewitt (16 October 2020)

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The Hub Queenscliffe.

PLCA submission is here: Submission in response to Planning Permit Application 2020/030 Queenscliffe
HUB

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PLCA – Better boating Victoria final Concept Plan Queenscliff Boat Ramp & Car-Park.

Better Boating Victoria Queenscliff Boat Ramp & Car-Park upgrades

Better Boating Victoria Queenscliff Boat Ramp & Car-Park upgrades. [large file]

PLCA – Submission to Bellarine DAL’s Phase II consultation.

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PLCA – BCH Submission to enquiry.

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Fort Queenscliff

Please download and read the PLCA’s submissions to the Council on community views on draft Fort Queenscliff Tourism Precinct Master Plan

PLCA Fort Feedback

Do you support the proposed vision[2]

Fort commentary

This contextualises our responses above:

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Point Lonsdale Lighthouse Reserve

See current status in News page.  Click here:  News Page

Springs Beach Re-Opened.

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Springs Beach Access closed – Construction Works.

9/6/15 Nearly there!

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17/5/15 Construction pictures

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The Springs Beach Access on Cnr. Lawrence Road & Bowen Rd is closed for Construction Works:

(info here: https://tinyurl.com/qycwmhw  )

Project Info and drawings etc are here:

https://tinyurl.com/nthadnr

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Please note Pedestrian Access is also restricted – you’ll need to go around to back of Pt.
Lonsdale Oval to access the Promenade.

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Walking Path Construction – Arcare to Fellows Rd.

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(update: 23/4/15)

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Part of Stage 3A of  “The Point” Development, is a Walking Track from Arcare Nursing Home eventually to The Springs, first part will be to Fellows Rd.

New Light Poles –  main street.

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Look No Poles!

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Poles have just been removed from Point Lonsdale Rd from Admans St to Kirk Rd.

Looks much better!

(In case you’ve forgotten, this is what is WAS like..)

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Emily St Weir Construction

The works have finished at Emily St Pond, in Pt Lonsdale. The works were to construct a Weir, Pump and associated works to mitigate the flooding in the nearby streets that has been an issue for some years.

The CoGG spent in the vicinity of $300,000 to construct the Weir and associated works.

Local Residents have reported so far so good with the improved drainage around the “Hollywood Estate” after heavy rain. No issues have been reported to us.

Here are some pictures taken  of the completed Weir and footbridge, control cubicle (monitored by by CoGG) and finished earthworks.

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Main Street and Foreshore Revitalisation

The roundabout at the corner of Admans Street and Point Lonsdale Road has been constructed and will be finished off with plants in the Autumn.  The works on the foreshore have been delayed by unseasonably heavy rain but it is expected that the area in front of the shops will be completed before Christmas.  The work at the northern end of the foreshore has ceased and the site will be tidied up in the short term but is expected to be completed in February.

Public consultation regarding the foreshore vegetation is expected to commence in January and will run for two months.