Campus Plan 2002

Campus Plan 2002


Table of Contents

FOREWARD

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

SECTION 1 - PLANNING FOUNDATIONS
1 Role and Scope of the Campus Plan 2
2 Development Trends and Pressures 4
3 Development History 8
4 Inventory and Assessment 15
     
SECTION 2 - PRINCICPLES AND STRATEGIES
1 Foundation Principles 36
2 General Strategies 38
Strategy 1 ROLES OF MAIN CAMPUS AND WEST CAMPUS 38
Strategy 2 QUALITY, PERMANENCE AND ECONOMY 39
Strategy 3 ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY 39
Strategy 4
RESPECTING CAMPUS NEIGHBOURS: Community, Park, Lake 40
Strategy 5

THE PROVISION OF SPACE: Utilisation, Renovation, Infill, Expansion 42
Strategy 6 RESPECT FOR LAND VALUE 42
Strategy 7 CAMPUS SIZE: Cohesion and Mobility 43
Strategy 8 CONSTITUENT AND COMMUNAL NEEDS 45
Strategy 9 CAMPUS SAFETY 46
Strategy 10 UNIVERSAL ACCESS 47
     
3 Campus Structure and Character Strategies  
Strategy 11 CAMPUS STRUCTURE: Identifying Core, Integrating Edges 48
Strategy 12 THE SPIRIT OF THE PLACE: Parks, Quads, Fields, Streets 54
Strategy 13 LANDSCAPE QUALITY: Structure, Delight, Economy 60
Strategy 14

REVEALING UNIVERSITY CULTURE: Commemoration, Public Art, Display 62
Strategy 15 BUILDINGS AS SPACE MAKERS 64
Strategy 16 BUILDING DESIGN 65
Strategy 17 HERITAGE MANAGEMENT: Preserve, Adapt, Integrate 67
     
4 Movement and Systems Strategies  
Strategy 18 INTEGRATED STREETS FOR PUBLIC USE 69
Strategy 19 BUSES AND TAXIS 73
Strategy 20 SERVICE VEHICLES 75
Strategy 21 BICYCLES 77
Strategy 22 PEDESTRIANS 78
Strategy 23 PARKING 83
Strategy 24 UNDERGROUND UTILITIES 87
Strategy 25 WASTE MANAGEMENT 88
Strategy 26 CAMPUS LIGHTING 89
Strategy 27 CAMPUS FURNISHINGS 89
Strategy 28 SIGNAGE AND ORIENTATION 90
     
5 Land-Use Strategies  
Strategy 29

SITE SUITABILITY: Preserve the Best, Remove the Worst, Repair the Rest 91
Strategy 30 SITE SUITABILITY: Appropriate Relationships 94
Strategy 31 MIXED USE: The Integrated Campus 95
Strategy 32 EDUCATION AND RESEARCH 96
Strategy 33 INSTRUCTIONAL SPACE 97
Strategy 34 LIBRARIES 98
Strategy 35 STUDY SPACE 99
Strategy 36 CULTURAL FACILITIES 100
Strategy 37 FOOD SERVICES 101
Strategy 38 STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND SERVICES 102
Strategy 39 HOUSING 103
Strategy 40 ATHLETIC FACILITIES 105
Strategy 41 ANCILLARY SERVICES 107
Strategy 42 ADMINISTRATIVE AND PHYSICAL PLANT SERVICES 108
     
6 Implementation Strategies  
Strategy 43 PLAN CONTINUITY 109
Strategy 44 THE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS 110
Strategy 45 PROJECT DESIGN CHECKLIST 114
     
SECTION 3 - MID-RANGE DEMONSTRATION PLAN
     
1 University Avenue 120
2 Lower University Avenue 124
3 Clergy Street 126
4 East Core 128
5 Tindall Field 130
6 Lower Albert Street 132
7 West Campus 134
     
SECTION 4 - LONG-RANGE POSSIBILITIES
     
1 Long-Range Directions 138
2 Lower Albert Street 140
3 North of Clergy Street 142