The first business breakfast for 2018 was held at the Castle Hill RSL, with the theme of ‘business and community’.
David Inkster from PRD shared the vision behind Capital Bluestone’s Esplanade Norwest development and explained that the standard notion of ‘mixed space development’- shops below, residential above – is being creatively re-imagined to
meet the changing desires and lifestyles of apartment buyers.
Development and controversy are often in company, so it perhaps wasn’t unexpected when the audience tossed David Inkster a question regarding the recent withdrawal of developers from activity in the Showground Road station precinct.
Melanie Morson shared some of the ways in which the Castle Hill RSL Group engages with the community and supports a range of activities in the area, from helping to purchase a medical aid for a child, to running a program to support and nurture young leaders.
A number of our Chamber support partners were acknowledged for their contribution to the chambers operations and presented with their partner certificates.
Geoff Brailey from McCrindle did such a fabulous job as MC that when he unexpectedly won a prize in the business card draw, the audience insisted he keep it – but he decided to re-gift it to one of the charities in attendance.
The next business event hosted by SummitCare at their luxurious new facility, is expected to fill up quickly, so book early if you hope to attend!