This Plan is driven by a unique Vision and set of Principles, Concept Plan, and is structured around a set of frameworks that address built form, open space, movement, sustainability, and programming and steer the evolution of the Campus over the long-term. Specific projects and recommendations for future investment in the short, medium, and long term are also identified.
The plan includes four main sections:
- Section 1 outlines the project background, objectives, and process, and provides an overview of the engagement process. Included are the key drivers, or design considerations, that have informed this Plan, including an understanding of the Campus’ history and evolution, an analysis of its existing conditions and opportunities, and early priorities and design ideas that emerged as outcomes of the engagement process.
- Section 2 outlines the Vision and Principles, including the planning principles that provide the foundation for the design work, policies and recommendations. The chapter also contains the Concept Plan, which provides the concept for new buildings, open spaces, and movement networks.
- Section 3 provides the Plan Frameworks that provide policy recommendations specific to implementation of the Campus’ built form, open spaces, movement, and sustainability and resilience.
- Section 4 provides a Phasing and Implementation Strategy for initiatives in the near, medium, and long term. It also includes recommendations on further studies, and parameters for administering the Plan.
Through these sections, this Plan is designed to guide and support the growth and development of the Campus over the next 20-30 years, and set the stage for the evolution of buildings and spaces.