Preferred Master Plan Option & Design Principles

Following the March community consultation sessions where the Club gained feedback on the preferred option for the new Campsie RSL, the Club has now finalised a preferred Master Plan option.

The development vision that underpins the Preferred Master Plan for the Club’s site introduces seniors and apartment living, retail, a fitness centre, medical practice and childcare centre onto the site of Campsie RSL.

The existing club facility is also expanded for the new development and 1,500 square metres of floor space added to create a new club facility. The Preferred Master Plan is illustrated below and provides for building envelopes with heights ranging from 1 storey through to a maximum height of 16 storeys.

Upcoming consultation events

As a club, local community attitudes and opinions are important to us.

We want to ensure that our future club is a reflection of our community and what it means to be a modern social hub of Campsie.

We’re committed to working with our members, residents and friends to ensure the new club meets community needs, so we would love you to support our plans or have your say.

You can show your support by signing our petition online here or visit the club to leave your details or for any further information.

The club is also undertaking further community consultation sessions with interested members and the community in July. These sessions will be:

Saturday 25 July

11.00am: Display & presentation available for walk ins

1.00pm - 3.00pm: First community consultation session

3.30pm - 5.30pm: Second community consultation session

For further information on the community consultation sessions or to register for a session visit: www.campsierslproject.com

Campsie RSL donate $10,000 to the Campsie Food Festival 2015

Campsie RSL is proud to be a major sponsor of this year’s Campsie Food Festival, donating $10,000 for the event to be held in ANZAC Park on Saturday 30 May.

Located in the heart of Campsie, along Beamish Street, ANZAC Mall and in ANZAC Park, the Festival will bring together community members from an array of cultural backgrounds for a celebration of diverse culinary delights. 

Campsie RSL’s donation of $10,000 to the premier Sydney food event will fund various planned activities including the free kids rides in ANZAC Park. The Club will also have a stall where they will be providing free show bags and various giveaways and promotions.

Campsie RSL Manager returns from Cambodian Charity Tour after delivering community donations

Campsie RSL was represented on the latest 2015 Help2Help Charity Tour held this month, with volunteers delivering food and clothing packages to remote villages in Cambodia.

The 2015 Help2Help Charity Tour ran from Friday 8 to 15 May 2015 and the Club’s Marketing Manager Melinda King represented Campsie RSL on the trip.

Help2Help is an Australian charity dedicated to beating the poverty cycle in regional Cambodia, through the provision of safe and healthy education programs. 

Melinda was joined by 14 other Australian’s who together flew to Cambodia for the seven day trek, where they travelled from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap, visiting  many remote Cambodian villages to deliver 300 food packages.
 

Campsie RSL announces plans for development

Campsie RSL has announced plans to redevelop their Anglo Road site in Campsie. The club is undertaking a Master Planning process which will explore options to create a multi-purpose precinct that may include speciality shops, a fitness centre, childcare facility, medical centre, residential living and an expanded Club facility.

Campsie RSL Chief Executive Officer Craig Love said these development plans would allow the Club to continue to service their members and support local schools, sporting and community groups.