• Ian Willis deposited Banking was central to Camden’s prosperity in the group Group logo of Urban StudiesUrban Studies on Humanities Commons 3 months ago

    In central Camden is an empty bank building of understated significance at the intersection of John and Argyle Streets. This building was once the premises of Westpace, formerly the Bank of New South Wales, and was the second banking chamber on that site. Constructed in the 1930s by a prominent firm of Sydney architects, the building is of much architectural merit, but few know its history.