At the Ordinary Council Meeting held on 28 July 2015, the Town of Mosman Park adopted its budget for the 2015-2016 financial year.
The budget has made provisions for a broad range of high quality services for residents and property owners of Mosman Park.
The budget is available for public viewing via download here or a printed copy can be made available for public viewing at the Town's Administration Centre during office hours, Monday to Friday, 8.30-4.30pm.
Council will soon begin collecting Bulk Waste (household junk and prunings) in the Town of Mosman Park to assist you in keeping your property looking beautiful.
The next scheduled collections of Bulk Waste are listed below:
|GREEN WASTE ONLY COLLECTION begins||MIXED WASTE (JUNK & PRUNINGS) COLLECTION begins|
|21 September 2015||2 November 2015|
|15 February 2016||11 April 2016|
|20 June 2016||7 November 2016|
|19 September 2016|
A brochure explaining the bulk waste collection in the Town of Mosman Park can be downloaded here and are available from the Town's Administration Centre. Alternatively, a copy can be mailed to you.
To make the most of this free opportunity to have your waste collected, please note the following advice:
Separating junk from green waste
Making two separate piles of waste - one just for green waste and one for other waste
Placing your mixed waste on your verge
Dismantling all large waste items (larger than 1.5 metres in length) for easy collection by our trucks
Rubble, concrete or building materials
Asbestos or cement products
Herbicides or pesticides
Large vehicle parts
Help us collect your green waste by:
All tree and shrub prunings collected will be recycled into mulch at the Western Metropolitan Regional Council's Greenwaste Recycling facility in Shenton Park.
By recycling our green waste, we reduce landfill, and create mulch for horticulture and landscaping.
Please do not place any waste on your verge any earlier than TEN DAYS before the collection date. Council reserves the right to penalise residents who deposit waste prior to ten days before collection or after the collection has been completed.
Don't deposit any waste AFTER 6am on the day of collection as it will not be picked up.
Once your waste is deposited on your verge, please be patient and wait for the completion of the collection process before contacting Council to enquire about collections in your street.
Unauthorised waste will not be collected. Illegal dumping of waste in the Town of Mosman Park will not be tolerated and any incidences should be reported immediately.
Have you ever visited such places as E. G. Smith Field, or Tom Perrott Reserve and pondered aloud – who were E. G Smith and Tom Perrott, and why are these public spaces named after them?
The Town of Mosman Park has recently revealed these mysteries and many more by launching its “What’s In a Name” series of place signage.
The project came about following the very popular heritage-themed Community Calendar in 2014 and Heritage Trail that created within the community an interest in learning more about the history of our Town. To harness this enthusiasm, Council made funding available to develop a suite of interpretive signs that explain whom our various parks, reserves, precincts, facilities, buildings and key streets were named after, and revealing the faces and stories behind those names.
The objective of the project is to develop a sense of awareness in the community about the evolution of Mosman Park and to draw attention to the community service given by key leaders in the Town’s past, which was in turn recognised by naming these places in their honour.
Town of Mosman Park CEO Kevin Poynton said: “I encourage all of our residents and visitors to meander through our Town and take the time to stop and read about the key figures of our past, to reflect upon their contribution, and in so doing, enhance knowledge of our local history and feel an increased sense of connectedness to these people and places.”
The nine signs will reveal details about these special places:
• Mann Oval (inc Alf Adams Pavilion)
• Three Boys Park
• Margaret Baldwin Centre
• Harley Terrace (referencing the Harley Scramble)
• Stringfellow Park
• Tom Perrott Reserve (including David Jones Pavilion)
• E.G. Smith Field
• The Coombe Reserve (including references to The Chine / Chine Place)
• Green Place Reserve
Details of each of these places is available here
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 2005
LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION
TOWN OF MOSMAN PARK
LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME No. 3
Notice is hereby given that the local government of the Town of Mosman Park has prepared the abovementioned local planning scheme for the purpose of:
Local Planning Scheme
1. setting out the local government's planning aims and intentions for the scheme area;
2. setting aside land as reserves for public purposes;
3. zoning land within the scheme area for the purposes defined in the scheme;
4. controlling and guiding land use and development;
5. setting out procedures for the assessment and determination of planning applications;
6. making provision for the administration and enforcement of the scheme; and
7. addressing other matters contained in the First Schedule to the Town Planning Act.
Plans and documents setting out and explaining the local planning scheme have been deposited at Council Offices, Memorial Park Bay View Terrace Mosman Park and at the Western Australian Planning Commission, 140 William Street, Perth, and will be available for inspection during office hours up to and including 1 October 2015.
Submissions on the local planning scheme may be made in writing on Form No 4 (available on the Town’s website - see below - and Council Offices) and lodged with the undersigned on or before 1 October 2015.
K F POYNTON
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
TOWN OF MOSMAN PARK
For a more detailed explanation about Local Planning Scheme No.3, please download the Information Sheet available here (please note this is a large file - 5MB) or you may wish to view the draft Local Planning Scheme in its entirety here (please note this is a large file - 4MB). Also click here for the Town Planning Scheme Map.
** Residents and property owners and members of the general public are welcome to attend a drop-in info session that will be held on Saturday 22 August 2015 10am-12pm at the Town's Administration Centre, corner of Bay View Terrace and Memorial Drive, Mosman Park.
To make a comment or submission, please use the forms below:
Option 1: Download this form, complete it electronically and email back to email@example.com
Option 2: Download this form, print it, and either scan it in and email back to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to us
addressed Re: Local Planning Scheme No.3, Town of Mosman Park, PO Box 3 Mosman Park WA 6912 or deliver in person to the Town of Mosman Park's Administration Centre, cnr Bay View Terrace and Memorial Drive, Mosman Park.
An Indian summer of blue skies and warm temperatures drew out a bumper crop of volunteers who gave up their time to help at Mosman Park’s biggest community planting day of the year.
Close to 100 volunteers of all ages gathered at Mosman Beach on Sunday 28 June for the Town of Mosman Park’s Community Planting Day and worked together in cheerful spirits to continue the many good years of work in preserving the dunes.
Restoration activities commenced in Mosman Beach in 2012 and have continued over the last four years thanks to funding provided by the WA Planning Commission’s Coastwest grants program.
More than 1,500 seedlings were planted on the day in just over two hours, and among the volunteers were many enthusiastic young people from Mosman Park, neighbouring suburbs (and some from north of the River), and the Friends of Mosman Park Bushland.
This year saw the revamp of the road reserve along Curtin Avenue, adjoining Tim Anderson's Memorial ghost bike. The Anderson family were out in full force helping with the planting.
The majority of the crowd were enthusiastic youngsters, including both primary and high school students from local schools including Iona and St Hilda’s, as well as members of Mosman Bay Scout group who worked very hard to enhance the ecological value of their local beach and provide habitat for wildlife.
The work done by volunteers at Mosman Beach in planting along the dunes will assist in reducing erosion, increase floristic diversity and connect the biodiversity corridor to neighbouring coastal environments.
Town of Mosman Park CEO, Kevin Poynton, thanked all the volunteers for supporting the day who came together in a spirit of community fellowship, who caught up with old friends and made new ones during the planting and at the free lunch for volunteers that took place when the planting was finished.
Friends of Mosman Park Bushland Coordinator Sue Conlan paid tribute to the Town’s outgoing Natural Resource Management Coordinator, Heidi Khojasteh, thanking her for her dedication, leadership and energy that she had devoted to the planting days and many other bush care initiatives during her years of service to the Town.
To get involved with the Friends of Mosman Park Bushland, visit their website at www.mosmanparkbushland.org
People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call the Town of Mosman Park through the National Relay Service.
The Town of Mosman Park has installed solar panels (photo voltaic cells) on the roof of the Administration building. We’re producing power and reducing carbon emissions.