The site has only ever been The Oxley High School. Nothing else was ever there other than natural Bush land. Obviously any references to Song Bird is when it was named by EDQ at the start of the development. So there is no history there. All the history would be from the high school years. As for placing dead wooden poles at the entrance is a slap in the face to all the trees that were removed. Obviously the person designing it who is supposed to be a local has never seen the same poles at The Oxley Common. They show the levels of the 1974 flood height. This should be a rebuild of the original brick walls that were at the entrance of The Oxley High School and a sign telling the history of the sight. Naming play areas should all be from the school time. Why wipe out all history of the site with references to birds.