Bushcare Major day out 2016

Posted: July 14th, 2016 | Filed under: Uncategorized

BUSHCARE’S MAJOR DAY OUT 2016

 


 

 

 

 

Date, Time and Meeting Place:

18 September 2016    09.00 – 12 pm

The park at cnr Kullah Parade and Mindarie Street, Lane Cove North, 2066.

What’s planned?

Discover Batten Reserve with a guided walk followed by Bushcare activities including planting with the group and a delicious morning tea.

What to bring

Wear a sunhat, long sleeved top and pants, and enclosed shoes, and bring some water. Tools and gloves provided

The site is:

  • Family friendly,
  • Suitable for young people aged 12-18
  • Suitable for children under 12

Bookings:

Lane Cove Council – 9911 3583. Email: Bushcare@lanecove.nsw.gov.au

Contact for further details:

Frances Vissel, Convenor, Stringybark Creek Bushcare Group, 0400 891 895 or 9427 6931, or

Helen Haigh, Lane Cove Council Bushcare Co-ordinator, 0432 133 777 or 9911 3579

This event is organised jointly by Lane Cove Council and Stringybark Creek Res. Ass. Inc. Bushcare


Cleanup Australia 6 March 2016

Posted: February 24th, 2016 | Filed under: Uncategorized

Come along and join us clean up our local bushland on Sunday 6 March for Clean Up Australia Day.

Register between 9.30am and 1.30pm at the grassed area adjacent to the Epping Rd Overpass Ramp on Johnston Crescent (opposite 66 Johnston).

Everyone is also invited to a BBQ that is being provided courtesy of Lane Cove Council.

Bring along - gloves, hats, sun protection, enclosed shoes, water (we can re-fill as needed) and lots of energy and enthusiasm!


Noise from Gordon Crescent 56 -60

Posted: February 18th, 2016 | Filed under: Uncategorized

3 May  The builders have  started to remove trees from the site. Excavation will start within another few days.

The development at 56-60 Gordon crescent is going ahead

The  Hours for rock breaking are  Weekdays:

Morning  8:00 to 11:30

Afternoon  1:30 to 5:00

Each stint is a Maximum of 3 Hours

Concrete Pours

Notice 2 days before

No work or Delivery between 22:00 and 7:00  ( 10pm to 7am )

Complaints

If you have a complaint you can contact the council

Email :Vladimir Kotlyar VKotlyar@lanecove.nsw.gov.au

Mobile Phone: 0402 007 575

Out of hours: 9911 3555 then dial 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Public hearing – Council Amalgations

Posted: January 23rd, 2016 | Filed under: Uncategorized
Public hearings on the amalgamation of Lane Cove, Hunters Hill and Ryde councils will be held at
Hunters Hill Sailing Club   Merrington Place, Woolwich (off Clarke Rd at Clarke Point)
on Tuesday 2nd February with two sessions
1.00 PM to 5.00 PM and 7.00 PM to 10.00 PM
People wishing to attend need to register and state if they wish to speak 

www.councilboundaryreview.nsw.gov.au or contacting 1300 813 02
Please make a submission and attend the Public Inquiry
Submissions can be made in writing or email.  Details are on the following website: https://www.councilboundaryreview.nsw.gov.au/proposals/hunters-hill-lane-cove-and-city-of-ryde-councils/
Guidelines for writing a submission are found under Frequently Asked Questions and more information is below 

The Public Inquiry is for the people within the proposed boundary area to express their opinion.  It is necessary to register to attend and to speak, if you wish to do so.

You can view the proposal and the Council map online.
proposal  https://www.councilboundaryreview.nsw.gov.au/proposals/hunters-hill-lane-cove-and-city-of-ryde-councils/#proposal
map   -https://www.councilboundaryreview.nsw.gov.au/proposals/hunters-hill-lane-cove-and-city-of-ryde-councils/#map-holder
Map of new area
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Hunters Hill Sailing Club, off Clarke Road


AGM Nov 24th

Posted: November 19th, 2015 | Filed under: Uncategorized

 

YOUR CHANCE TO HEAR ABOUT THE FUTURE OF LANE COVE AND OUR AREA

Join us at the Stringy Bark Creek Residents’ Association (SBCRA) Annual General Meeting

  • Mayor of Lane Cove, Clr Deborah Hutchens will address the SBCRA Annual General meeting on the future of Lane Cove
  • Future of Lane Cove Council and Council amalgamations
  • * Update on key Council projects
  • * Lane Cove North area including developments, open space and parks and commuity facilities

 

The SBCRA’s Annual General Meeting will held on Tuesday 24 Nov 6:30pm  at Lane Cove Library.

There will be short break for  drinks,  nibbles and the Mayor presentation will commence at 7PM

 

 

 

 

 


Bushcare Major day out Sept 13

Posted: August 31st, 2015 | Filed under: Uncategorized

 

 

 

 

 

Celebrate our 21st year of Bushcare

Join an Aboriginal Heritage Officer  for a guided walk

Then experience some bushcare and planting with the Stringybark Creek Bushcare Group

Followed by a BBQ

SUNDAY 13TH SEPTEMBER 2015
9.00 am to 12 Noon
Meet at park on cnr Kullah Pde and Mindarie Street
Lane Cove North

Wear sturdy shoes for the bushwalk,   bring gloves for the planting.

BBQ in the park – 12 Noon

For catering purposes please email your attendance  -  bushcare@lanecove.nsw.gov.au or 9911 3583

This is a joint event is by Lane Cove Council and Stringybark Creek Residents’ Association Bushcare Group

 

 

 

 


15 CENTENNIAL AVENUE- Rubble beside the river

Posted: May 28th, 2015 | Filed under: Uncategorized

 

You may have noticed a large pile of rubble in 15 Centennial Avenue. The site 15 Centennial Avenue was the  subject of a negotiations with Council, that resulted in concessions for the developer in exchange for the land  To all intents and purposes the property now belongs to the Community. It is planned it will be added to the creek side reserve

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Michael Mason ( from Lane Cove Council ) called  to report that he has investigated the large excavation pile on 15 Centennial Ave.

He spoke with the contractor (HYCORP)

  • The pile of rubble comes from work being conducted by Sydney Water to put in a new man hole in the area
  • Apparently it was needed to be done to get machinery in to do the works
  • Michael has requested a clean-up strategy, including an immediate action plan of how they are planning to restore the area.

He will keeps us informed about what is going to happen next.

Win Chandler

Committee SBCRA


 

 

 

 


Election – Candidates Forum

Posted: February 11th, 2015 | Filed under: Announcements
STATE ELECTION    Lane Cove
FOCUS ON DEVELOPMENT
PLANNING for PEOPLE
THURSDAY 5 MARCH 2015, 7PM
ST ANDREWS UNITING CHURCH,
47A KENNETH STREET LONGUEVILLE
MC: Genia McCaffery, former Mayor of North Sydney
SPEAKERS:
Rod Simpson,
University of Sydney, Architecture
The importance of public participation
Kylie Bryden-Smith
Community experience in the development of the
Mowbray Precinct

Church opposite hospital

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The candidates for the seat of Lane Cove have been invited to speak on planning and development issues

HOSTED BY
  • The Lane Cove Bushland and Conservation Society
  • Stringybark Creek Residents Association
  • Ryde-Hunters Hill Flora & Fauna Preservation Society
  • Hunters Hill Trust
  • Gladesville Residents for Appropriate Development
  • Residents and Shopkeepers for Appropriate Development
  • Lane Cove West Residents Association
  • Lane Cove North Residents Association
  • Lane Cove Sustainability Action Group
  • Save Hunters Hill Municipality Coalition
  • Greenwich Community Association
  • Gladesville Community Group

Clean up Australia Day 2015

Posted: February 6th, 2015 | Filed under: Uncategorized

Mark this date in your diary

Sunday 1 March 2015   Between 9.00 am and 1.00 pm
Registrations
Johnston Crescent, the grassed area, adjacent Pedestrian Overpass Ramp (opposite 66 Johnston Crescent) – same as last year.
All participants are invited to a BBQ

Clean up Australia 2013 all the recyclables found

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Noise from Rock breaking breaks limits

Posted: November 9th, 2014 | Filed under: Uncategorized

Lane Cove council was treated to an unusual sight last week ( Monday 13 Oct)

As well as the “usual Suspects” a medical doctor presented her measurements of the noise generated by building works on Gordon Crescent and areas adjacent. For several years Johnston Crescent residents have been complaining about he incessent noise. But nobody has actually measured the sound levels. It now appears they are not 70 decibels as allowed but up to 90 decibels (  well into the Rock concert and  WMD range)

Council has now passed a motion to require sound absorbing barriers around building sites