Think about the Campsie Town Centre and consider a new planning concept

Historically, RSL Clubs, such as the Campsie RSL Club, developed in locations well serviced by public transport and adjacent to local shopping centres. Many of the RSL Clubs, such as the Campsie RSL Club, were developed in the period 1950 through to 1970. While many have undergone internal renovations by today’s development standards, given their town centre locations, they remain substantially underdeveloped land holdings. In planning terms, they are opportunity sites that provide the potential to be master planned into lively mixed use and transit orientated projects.

The Campsie RSL Club is ideally placed to become a new vibrant downtown destination that takes advantage of its close proximity and connection to both the Campsie Rail Station and the Beamish Street shopping strip. It is a precinct that can become a focal point for community life and a gathering place in its own right.