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The Development Plan

(Pages 22 to 35) describes and organizes content into five primary sections with corresponding sub-headings:

1. Land Use

  • Parkland
  • Academic Area
  • Academic Reserve
  • Student Residences
  • The Entrance
  • The University Centre
  • Recreation Complex
  • Residential Complex
  • Athletic Fields

2. Circulation

  • Entrance Court
  • Vehicular Movement and Parking
  • Pedestrian Circulation

3. Form and Massing

  • Academic Space
  • The Residences
  • University Centre
  • Recreation Complex
  • Residential Complex

4. Landscape

Refer to Section IV: The Site for content from the original Development Report summarized here as well as the subsequent report on

, 1969.

A. Space Relationships

  • Defined by Function
  • Defined byDiscipline
  • Breakdown of Spaces
  • Defined byService Requirements
  • Open Space
  • Within Disciplines

B. Organization of Space

  • By Function
  • ByDiscipline
  • Open Space Principle
  • Flexibility

C. Plan for the Academic Area