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Discover Campbelltown Video Transcript

Discover Campbelltown – LIVE WORK PLAY INVEST

Lindy Deitz, General Manager, Campbelltown City Council:
Campbelltown City Council sees Campbelltown as the engine of the south west.

Paul Tosi, Former General Manager Campbelltown City Council:
Campbelltown has this enormous connectivity to the rest of Sydney that needs to be discovered.

Tony Murdocca, Director Minto Marketplace:
It is one of the highest growth corridors, Australia wide. With migration brings employment, employment opportunities, and housing. So with that, becomes development opportunities and also becomes economic opportunities. It’s a great place to invest, and the thing is, it is continually planning to grow and expand.

Paul Tosi, Former General Manager Campbelltown City Council:
The 7 electrified railway stations between Macarthur and Glenfield, and the trip times to the city, and the accessibility of Campbelltown, it’s on the cusp of another huge development spurt.

Lindy Deitz, General Manager, Campbelltown City Council:
It’s self sustaining in the sense that it has a large shopping centre, it has a university, it has a major hospital, it has beautiful recreational opportunities and a fantastic arts centre, so it’s the perfect place for people to invest.

Steve Barlow, Regional Manager – Residential Development NSW, Stockland:
When we chose to reinvest in NSW some four years ago, we gave due consideration in who to invest with and Campbelltown was ultimately the council we chose. They don’t want to just approve something for approval sake, they want to make sure that the community will use it, value it and benefit from it.

Lindy Deitz, General Manager, Campbelltown City Council
Part of what we are doing as a council is to reduce the red tape that we have as an organisation, so that we can work with investors and developers and all the major stakeholders to have easy access to help us grow.

Wayne Camenzuli, Managing Director, Capital Syndications Pty Ltd:
The location here is absolutely perfect for business parks because it allows for corporates and other organisations to co-locate with two primary education centres.

Annemarie Hennessy, Dean, School of Medicine, Western Sydney University:
Working towards the development of this new fantastic building at the Campbelltown hospital site which will be our new clinical school building has been a wonderful partnership and the enthusiasm from Campbelltown Council has been truly amazing.
I’ve sat in on meetings where people have said ‘that’s not possible’ or ‘that’s not policy’ and within 30 seconds someone out here will say ‘well it is now’.

Michael Dagostino, Manager Cultural Services, Campbelltown Arts Centre:
When people come to Campbelltown and to Campbelltown Arts Centre they see a different light, they go ‘wow, I can’t believe that this exists within Campbelltown’. So it’s really important that people come to Campbelltown and really experience it for themselves.

Annemarie Hennessy, Dean, School of Medicine, Western Sydney University:
We want the adventurers here, we want the Christopher Columbus’s who want to go out and give it a try, try something new, work with the community around its needs, and because much of what we do has been led by what the community want, I don’t think we can go wrong.

Tony Murdocca, Director Minto Marketplace:
People chose to live in Campbelltown now because there is opportunity.

Steve Barlow, Regional Manager – Residential Development NSW, Stockland:
You’ve got a really strong population base that is growing at a very good number, you’ve got a council that supports quality projects and really partners with you to deliver those, and you’ve got infrastructure and investment, more broadly, that is supporting continued investment.

Lindy Deitz, General Manager, Campbelltown City Council:
Once upon a time Campbelltown was chosen merely for the fact that it was affordable, whereas now people are choosing it for the beauty and the attractions that is has to offer.

Paul Tosi, Former General Manager Campbelltown City Council:
Growth will happen, because it’s got those facilities which are going to drive the development. You can live in Campbelltown, you can work in Campbelltown, you can play in Campbelltown and that’s the strength of the place.

Lindy Deitz, General Manager, Campbelltown City Council:
This is our next cusp of growth. This is the significant work that we are doing, creating the economic base for the city, and that is where you will watch us grow.
 

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