Transformative $700m urban renewal project with innovative staging that ensures achievable take-up while keeping the Club operational throughout.

Central Coast Leagues Club is a $700m urban renewal project, transforming an existing Club site in central Gosford from a low-density commercial environment dominated by car parking and poorly activated streets into a five tower extensively mixed-use proposal. Directly adjacent Central Coast Stadium, the development seeks to create a world class stadium and entertainment precinct.

The site is within the tidal influenced landscape of the Gosford valley surrounded by sandstone country. The natural water catchments from the CBD and the Rumbalara Reserve and Presidents Hill bushland areas travel through the site diagonally in an underground culvert along the original creek line. The public domain spaces and pedestrian through site links reflect the alignment of the original creek.

The current proposal has three development precincts each with podium and tower forms that will be staged over time to deliver new through-site links and laneways replacing the existing predominantly blank and service street frontage with expansive retail, entertainment, food & beverage tenancies. Critically, to ensure the proposal does not create yet another stalled development site within the Gosford CBD, it has been based on extensive market analysis to ensure stage sizes are matched by achievable take-up, and designed to ensure the Club can continue its operations throughout the entire development timeline and a significant component of the public domain is delivered early.

A vehicular circulation strategy with a central transit hub was established so that bounding streets can be closed off on Game Days. The carpark podium is designed to be adaptable to residential uses over the decades as the anticipated technical revolutions in transportation will result in large decreases in personal car ownership in locations close to stations.

The CCLC redevelopment has been designed by AJC (urban design and architecture) working with TCL (landscape architectural), Kinesis (precinct sustainability), Altis (Club architect), Derek Nix and Colliers (development and project management) for the Central Coast Leagues Club (client and landowner).


Project Facts


Coastal Darkinjung, Gosford, NSW


Central Coast Leagues Club


Architecture, Urban Design



Key Contacts

Duncan Corrigall
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Jim Koopman
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