realestate 23 June 2015
Contempora ry classic > Page 3
82 Mount Eliza Way, Mount Eliza 03 9788 7400 www.limitless.har courts.com.au
An independent voice for the community Your weekly community newspaper covering the entire Western Port region For all advertising and editorial, call 03
Tuesday sday 23 June 2015
5973 6424 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.mpnews.com.au Good cause: The scarf stall makes a colourful and cosy backdrop for generous Isabelle Stanley. Picture: Yanni
Kinitted gifts for Nepal A YOUNG girl who suggested her family help raise money for victims of the Nepalese earthquake is thrilled with the result. Isabelle Stanley, 7, was “overwhelmed” by the $175 earned selling knitted scarves, mittens and beanies at Saturday’s Hastings Community Art and Craft Market. Her mum, Kerry Sorenson, had earlier knitted herself and Isabelle matching scarves when her daughter, who attends Crib Point Primary School, said to her: “Let’s knit some more, sell them, and send the money to Nepal.” The idea escalated and with help from family, friends, and knitters from local churches, about 70 scarves of all colours, shapes and sizes were sold. The money will go to Nepal via TEARS Australia. Ms Sorenson said Isabelle was thrilled with the amount raised. “She said ‘wow’; she was overwhelmed. Tomorrow (Tuesday) she is doing a presentation at school to tell the class about the project. She was stoked.” Any remaining scarves, mittens and beanies will be sold at Langwarrin craft market on Saturday 11 July, at the school, or through Ms Sorenson on 0424 375 006. Isabelle’s grandmother June Coster has another reason to be proud: “When my daughter [Kerry] gave me some scarves my four-year-old grandson, Zayne, asked me why I had them. I explained about the earthquakes and how people had nowhere to live and not much food; that they had lost everything, and he said he had some money in his money box at home and to send it to them so they can buy some food. “I am a grandmother who is very proud of her grandchildren.” Stephen Taylor
Aged care knock back Stephen Taylor email@example.com A 223-UNIT aged care centre proposed for Graf Rd, Somerville, has been knocked back by Mornington Peninsula Shire’s planning department. The applicant, CBG Architects, has 60 days to appeal the decision to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tri-
bunal. CBG Architects is understood to be acting on behalf of SomerCare. Aged care provider SomerCare already has what it terms “the first resort in aged care on the Mornington Peninsula” – a 130-bed facility, nearby in Graf Rd, Somerville. The new, larger aged care centre was planned for a 3.2 hectare site fronting Graf and Eramosa West roads, on the western edge of the town’s commer-
• Dump Box with 180kg Capacity • Built for Australia with Heavy Duty “HD” Features
POLARIS P O P POWER P2000i P GENERATOR GENER
cial activity centre. Plans describe 117 one bedroom-and-study units and 106 two-bedroom units and parking for 279 cars. Eleven separate buildings were to be built over two and three storeys. The centrepiece was the heritagelisted homestead Seaton Carew, refurbished and extended to include a hairdresser and florist, administration and medical facilities and a community area.
ACCESSORIES ES S
• Dump Box Capacity - 227kg • Towing Capacity - 680kg • On Demand True All-Wheel-Drive (AWD)
The development was to be built in five stages “in line with market demand”, according to CBG Architects, who said the property “could be defined as a strategic redevelopment site as defined in the shire planning scheme”. The proposal “represents an appropriate development outcome for the site” supported by Clause 16 of the state planning policy framework.
Shire statutory planning manager Niall Sheehy wrote to objectors and the applicant on Friday to say officers had refused the application. “Having assessed the planning application against the requirements of the planning scheme and having considered the concerns of objectors, council resolved to refuse the planning application on a number of grounds,” he said. Continued Page 8
0% INTEREST ST
OVER 24 4 MONTHS S
• Dump Box Capacity - 227kg • Towing Capacity - 680kg • Built for Australia with Heavy Duty “HD” Features: *
WESTERNPORT TRACTORS 1863 FRANKSTON-FLINDERS RD, HASTINGS PH: (03) 5979 2155 Subject to credit approval, fees, terms and conditions apply. Based on a 24 month Chattel Mortgage with 30% deposit followed by 24 monthly repayments at 0% pa. To approved ABN holders for business purposes only on applications for Polaris Ranger 570 HD. Polaris Finance is a program operated by De Lage Landen Pty Limited ABN 20 101 692 040. Offer expires 30/6/15. This accessory offer is only valid for genuine Polaris Accessories on the purchase of a new Polaris Ranger ETX model only. *Offer of free Polaris Power P2000i Generator only available until 30/06/15 or while stocks last. Offer only available with the purchase of a Polaris UTE 570 HD. Only available at participating Polaris dealers. Not valid with any other offer. Excludes ﬂeet clients.
1300 654 142 | www.polarisindustries.com.au |
Western Port News 23 June 2015