Last Wednesday evening (30/11/2016) the Sippy Downs and District Community Association (SDDCA) Management team had the opportunity to meet with a number of residents who’s boundary fences face onto council land to explore seeking a solution in unity to deteriorating boundary fences with a view to avoiding an eclectic range of fence styles and colours as landowners reach a point where their boundary fences are literally falling apart and must be replaced.
To initiate this meeting the SDDCA recently wrote to all residents this concerns on university way and invited them to meet with us to explore how, in the very spirit of our Unity in Community program, we could explore and brainstorm around opportunities to repair or replace the boundary fences shared by all these residents.
Over the last couple of years the association has been exploring and reaching out to affected parties in order to look at ways to approach this issue with very limited success however it’s with great pleasure that we can announce that a number of the landowner community members who attended this meeting together with key SDDCA Management team members have created a sub committee dedicated do exploring boundary boundary fence issues for the entire area with University Way and Springhill Drive boundary fences identified as prime candidates for our initial exploration. These two stretches of boundary fences front onto highly visible community ingress and egress routes and as such are receiving our initial attention with a view to identifying and progressing to locations relative to the successes of these initial explorations.
All the parties interested in moving forward and exploring these opportunities will be meeting with the SDDCA management committee and formalizing this subcommittee on January 10 2017. If you own or rent a property whose boundary fence fronts on to a public spaces, be it Parkland or Major thoroughfares we would love to hear from you and see you at this subcommittee inception meeting in January. Please contact us for further details.
We would like to sincerely thank all of the residents and land owners who attended and we look forward to reporting back to the community as a whole on what Solutions and progress we have identified and made in the not too distant future.