Introducing the architects - Marchese Partners
Campsie RSL is delighted to introduce Marchese Partners, who will be working on the design of the new Campsie RSL redevelopment.
With an array of awards under their belt, the Marchese team were standout candidates in the Campsie RSL architectural competition due to their vast experience in mixed-use projects and seniors living developments.
Marchese Partners is an Australian based, international firm that delivers leading edge master planning, architecture, interior design and engineering right across the full spectrum of ‘lifestyle living’ projects.
The team has extensive, award-winning experience in the delivery of seniors living and residential projects, mixed-use developments and hotels and resorts.
Marchese Partners was awarded two prestigious design and architecture awards in 2015 for its seniors living development in Vaucluse, Mark Moran Vaucluse.
The team is also the architects behind the design of Bondi Icebergs and the Chifley Hotel, as well as the proposed $850 million urban renewal project, Evo on the Gold Coast.
The Marchese Partners Sydney team has most recently been busy developing dynamic designs for the proposed tower landmark development in Granville, Western Sydney.
For more information on Marchese Partners visit www.marchesepartners.com.
Architect firm appointed for redevelopment
The Campsie RSL team, together with its experienced consultants, have been busy working on detailed plans for the proposed redevelopment of the club into a mixed-use precinct. Since the lodgement of the Planning Proposal in November 2015, the club has been working on the preparation of a Development Application for the Stage 1 Works for the proposed new Campsie RSL.
Prior to preparing the Development Application, Campsie RSL announced the undertaking of an architectural design competition that would allow selected architectural firms to submit their design concepts for the new mixed use site.
Following the submission of the four design concepts for the Campsie RSL redevelopment, the club has now announced the winning entry. Marchese Partners was one of four architectural firms which prepared initial design concepts for the club’s redevelopment.
After an extensive review process with an experienced judging panel, this firm has been formally announced as the design competition winners, with their design concept to be developed into a detailed Development Application.
Architectural firms compete to design Campsie RSL Redevelopment precinct
The Campsie RSL team has been busy working on detailed plans for the proposed redevelopment of the club into a multi-purpose, community precinct on the Anglo Road site in Campsie.
Since the lodgement of the Planning Proposal in November 2015, the club has been working on the preparation of a Development Application for the Stage 1 Works for the proposed new Campsie RSL.
Ahead of preparing the Development Application, Campsie RSL announced the undertaking of an architectural design competition that would allow selected architectural firms to submit their design concepts for the new club.
The proposed redevelopment of Campsie RSL aims to provide the Canterbury community with an expanded club facility, seniors living, retail, childcare facility and fitness centre, as well as basement car parking.
Giving back to the SES
With the recent storm weather, Campsie RSL is doing their bit by supplying meals (lunch and dinners) and drinks to all State Emergency Service volunteers.
Club staff are delivering these twice daily to local areas where the volunteers are working to help the community in this time of need!
We are looking to keep helping the SES for at least today depending on what the SES needs and how long they are working around the clock to get homes and properties back into suitable living conditions!
Thank you to all emergency workers who are helping our local community!
- Tuesday 7 June, 2016
Development Update - December 2015
Our vision for an improved Campsie Community is gaining momentum. We have now completed the community consultation and the response from the community and key stakeholders is extremely encouraging.
As scheduled, Stage 1 being the community carpark is due for completion in early December. This should reduce parking issues for our Club Members.
We continue to work with Council on the 'Precinct Development' to ensure we provide a range of services and facilities which not only support the local community but add real benefits to our members.