Decisions from Bayswater Council’s September meeting

Bayswater Civic Centre. Picture: Andrew Ritchie.
Bayswater Civic Centre. Picture: Andrew Ritchie.

Open street events

AN easier process to conduct open street events will soon be available to residents.

Bayswater Council asked chief executive Andrew Brien at this month’s meeting to implement a trial program during the 2019-2020 financial year.

Mr Brien will also seek external grant funding to help with starting the program.

There is up to $10,000 that can be allocated to the program in the next budget review.

Sea container tick for growers market

BACK: City of Bayswater place manager Emma Snow and Bendigo Bank senior branch manager Sean Kay. FRONT: organiser Cynthia Williamson and market chairwoman Laura Thomas.

THE Bayswater Growers Market received approval for a sea container for storage at Bert Wright Park.

The markets, which is run by community group Future Bayswater, will place the container next to Bayswater Library.

Anti-graffiti coating will be applied to the container.

Doggy day care relocation

Choreographer and Mauritian dance instructor Yannick Benoit of Maylands with his dogs Max and Hunter at K9 Collective in Maylands. Picture: David Baylis.

K9 Collective in Maylands will be moving to a bigger site in Bayswater.

The council granted planning approval for a change of use to a dog day care facility at Lot 731, 79 Beechboro Road South, Bayswater.

A maximum of 45 dogs and three staff members are allowed onsite at any one time.

There will be a daily register for all dog entries and exists the facility.

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