Since then PGLOA under the chairs of John Valentine (2013-14) and Steve O’Brien (2014-16) have mainly addressed landscaping, and the never-ending issue of the SAR. Recent significant achievements include:
- Changes to TPS 21 Item 11.1 to prohibit transportable buildings – ongoing.
- Replacement of colorbond fence in marina-facing villas with open grill fencing
- Advocated enforced clean up of mess at interminable construction site in Keel Retreat
- Plans to replace Casuarina trees in Layman Road – ongoing
- Initiated regular coffee sessions with three councilors.
- New footpath between Sensations Café and western foreshore toilet block and beach.
- Residents replanting garden beds on park abutting end of Anchor View
- Installation of concrete footpath over footbridge at end of Port Lane
- Restored street lighting Spinnaker Boulevard and Layman Road
- DPAW eradication of castor oil trees and other invasive plants on eastern side of Layman Road abutting wetland and public reserve.
- Alerted authorities to damage of rip-rap on canal walls related to non-conventional jetty poles.
- Stimulated the cleaning of under-water circulation pipes in stinger-free pool.
- Submitted to City planning permission to build a gazebo and BBQ on park at Anchor View.
- Advocated name change from Geographe to Port Geographe for the SAR area (ongoing)
- Input into foreshore landscaping associated with Groyne reconfiguration project.
- Input to Port Geographe Community Consultancy Forum (now defunct) re groyne reconfiguration
- Representations to City Strategic Plan
- Reports to the City on maintenance issues.