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

 

Records 2009

 

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SEPTEMBER 2009

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ANSWERS BY BAYSIDE CEO ON BMYS LTD PLAN: CEOs answer to Question 6(b) revealed erroneous claim by BMYS Ltd.

 

AUGUST 2009

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BICYCLE ROAD MOTION ON LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL NOTICE PAPER: Greens MLCs notice of motion seeks to protect foreshore reserve.

 

JULY 2009

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BCS INC. SUBMISSION ON BEVERAGE CONTAINER DEPOSIT BILL: See Submission No. 66 to the Senate Inquiry on this bill.

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MINIMUM AREA FOR VEGETATION ON ALL RESIDENTIAL LOTS: BCS Inc. letter seeks such a provision in the Planning Scheme.

 

JUNE 2009

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PRESENTATION TO NEW RESIDENTIAL ZONES ADVISORY COMMITTEE: BCS Inc. Vice-President addressed the public hearing.

 

MAY 2009

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VEAC REMNANT NATIVE VEGETATION STUDY: See  the BCS Inc. submission to the Victorian Environment Assessment Council.

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WALK ALONG BICYCLE ROAD ROUTE: See report of inspection walk with Jennifer Huppert, Labor MLC, Southern Metropolitan Region.

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REVIEW OF PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT ACT 1987: See BCS Inc. submission to Planning Department on review of this Act.

 

APRIL 2009

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CONCOURSE BUSHLAND REZONING: Bayside Council adopted a staff report to rezone this bushland from Business 1 to PPRZ.

 

FEBRUARY 2009

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CALL FOR HELP AT RICKETTS POINT LANDSIDE RESERVE: Volunteers are sought to help the Clean Up Australia Day effort here.

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'CLIFFTOP ROUTE' OPPOSED: Bayside Council voted for a 'back-of-kerb' route instead of staff plan for harmful 'clifftop' bicycle route.

 

JANUARY 2009

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DUNE FENCING CHEERED, BUT NOT DERELICT SIGNS: BCS Inc. letter praises fencing, but wants 17 derelict sign plinths gone.

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VEAC STUDY OF METROPOLITAN CROWN LAND: See BCS Inc. principal submission and its supplementary submission.

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COMMUNITY PLANT NURSERY IMPROVEMENTS: BCS Inc. writes to Bayside City Council seeking certain improvements here.

 

 

 

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