Archive for Notices – Page 2

Beach Access Stairway Repairs

This Monday, August 20 the Dalyellup north beach access stairway at Norton Promenade/Hutt Drive will be closed for six weeks, until September 28, to carry out major repairs.

Please use the southern stairway on Norton Promenade, opposite Zedor Way, during this period.

The repairs are part of Council’s approved unbudgeted expenditure of $153,500 to facilitate emergency repairs of the following timber structures in Dalyellup to ensure they are safe to use by the community.

  • Curved Boardwalk;
  • Cycling Ramp;
  • Southern beach access stairs;
  • Lake Gazebo;
  • Small lake stairs;
  • Northern beach access stairs, and
  • Small lake walk bridge.

If you have any questions please call the Shire on 9727 0222. We apologise for the inconvenience while the repairs are carried out.

Seasonal Use Summer 2018-19 Rec Sports Grounds

Applications are invited from Sporting Clubs requiring the use of Council managed reserves, including hard courts during the 2018-2019 summer season (01 October 2018 – 31 March 2019).

Application forms for each locality can be downloaded below:

Seasonal Tenancy Application Dalyellup
Seasonal Tenancy Application Capel
Seasonal Tenancy Application Boyanup

Alternatively you can visit the Shire of Capel Administration Building – Forrest Road, Capel to complete a form.

Completed applications must be returned no later than 4.30pm, Friday, 14 September 2018.

From the applications received, a ground usage will be scheduled and ground hire charges will be raised. GST will be proportionally applied to all ground usage within the Shire.

Should you require any further information, please contact Jeremy O’Neill on 9727 0222 or via email – jeremy.o’neill@capel.wa.gov.au

 

Heritage Survey 2018

Capel Shire Council adopted the Local Government Heritage Survey 2018 at its July meeting.

Heritage Survey 2018

Heritage List

Each place on the Heritage Survey is allocated a level of significance of A, B, C or For Information Only, with A being the most significant.

Places in categories A and B form the Shire of Capel’s Heritage List. All category A places are assessed as having exceptional significance to the local government area and have also been included on the State Register of Heritage Places.  Category B places have been assessed as having considerable significance to the local government area.  The significance of these places warrants protection under the provisions of the Town Planning Scheme.

The following places form the Shire of Capel Heritage List:

PLACE NO NAME ADDRESS CATEGORY RHP
1 Capel River Bridge Capel Drive, Capel B
2 Capel Tavern 96 Capel Drive, Capel B
4 St John’s Anglican Church 88 Capel Drive, Capel A RHP
5 Shire of Capel Office, Community Centre & Iluka Capel Public Library Cnr Capel Drive & Roe Road B
7.1 Road Board Office (fmr) 21 Forrest Road, Capel B
9 Roberts’ Store (fmr) 19 Properjohn Road, Capel B
11 Capel Post Office (fmr) 1 Buchanan road, Capel B
14 Stationmaster’s House (fmr) 13 Properjohn Road, Capel B
18 Capel RSL & War Memorial 7 Forrest Road, Capel B
21 Seventh Day Adventist Church 9 Scott Road, Capel B
24 Capel Primary School Barlee Road, Capel B
28 Capel Railway Bridge Capel River, north of Roe Road B
33 St Joseph’s Catholic Church 53 Capel Drive, Capel B
39 Capel Cemetery & Site of First School 68 Urquhart Road, Cael B
40 Lexdon Park 166 Jamieson Road, Capel A RHP
43 Ardenvale 1205 Goodwood Road, Capel River B
52 Lime Kilns Ludlow North Road A RHP
55 Minninup Homestead Group 195 Mangles Road, Stirling Estate B
56 Minninup Homestead 196 Mangles Road, Stirling Estate A RHP
57 Doungup 139 Doungup Road, Stirling Estate B
61 Higgins Cut Lot 3216 Ludlow North Road A RHP
67 Ludlow Forestry Houses Lot 1109 Ludlow Road North & Tuart Drive A RHP
76 Rosemore 137 Boyanup West Road B
78 Stratham Park 243 Bourne Loop, Stratham B
85.1 Uniting Church 33 South Western Highway, Boyanup B
86 Shop – Elders Agency (fmr) 29 South Western Highway, Boyanup B
87 Bakery 23 South Western Highway, Boyanup B
88 Shop & Residence 21 South Western Highway, Boyanup B
93 St George’s Anglican Church 16 South Western Highway, Boyanup B
94 Boyanup General Store 8A South Western Highway, Boyanup B
99 St Louis Catholic Church 80 Bridge Street, Boyanup A RHP
102 Hurst Butcher Shop 100 Bridge Street, Boyanup B
103 Boyanup Tavern 104 Bridge Street, Boyanup B
105 Avenue of Oaks Bridge Street B
106 Granny Simmons’ House (fmr) & site: Staging Post 109 Bridge Street, Boyanup B
115 Boyanup Cemetery Payne Road, Boyanup B
122 Boyanup Slab Hut 17172 South Western Highway, Boyanup A RHP

 

 

Dog Exercise Areas – 2018 Review – Last Round of Public Consultation

Since March 2018, the Shire has been undertaking a review of Dog Exercise Areas to ensure that there are sufficient reserves set aside for this purpose.

The Shire has conducted an online survey and also held public workshops on this matter to gain the community’s views, and to gauge whether current and proposed dog exercise areas are appropriate.

The Shire has been very pleased with the input from the public so far and now invites further input on the areas which are to be proposed to Council for adoption at the September 2018 meeting.

Maps showing the proposed areas can be found on line at http://capel.wa.gov.au/dog-exercise-areas-2018-review/

Copies are also available at the Shire’s administration centre and at our libraries located at Capel, Dalyellup and Boyanup.

Any comments regarding the proposals can be sent to the Shire by email at mailto:info@capel.wa.gov.au or in writing to:

Shire of Capel

PO Box 369

CAPEL  WA  6271

Comments need to be received at the Shire by close of business on Tuesday 28th August 2018.

 

Fences Removed to Reveal Capel Civic Precinct Stage 3

After six months of construction the fences at the Capel Civic Precinct Stage 3 have been removed.

Capel Shire Council Chief Executive Officer Ian McCabe said while the fences had been removed around the site, there were minor works still being carried out and he asked people to be cautious when using the area.

“We didn’t want to delay opening the new area to the public, given the final works can be done over the next couple of weeks,” he said.

“The BBQs at the skatepark and playground are not operational yet, the limestone capping throughout the skateable link is still being finished and there is an exciting new rope climbing tower to be installed.

“We ask that you please take care while using the precinct, especially the skateable elements which can be slippery when wet.”

He said this was a fabulous addition to the Capel Townsite and was excited to see the community enjoy the space.