The Library and Archives Master Plan (LAMP) was approved by Queen’s Board of Trustees in December 2013. LAMP provides a framework that will guide the evolution of the Library and Archives facilities and services over the next twenty years, and includes high-level plans for changes that could be implemented within five years, with sufficient capital investment. The Plan is informing ongoing planning and priorities for investments.
LAMP was developed through a broad consultative process, in alignment with the Campus Master Plan. A steering group worked with the lead planning partner CS&P Architects to develop a clear understanding of space needs and opportunities in both the Library and the Archives. For information about that process, see About the development of LAMP.