Monthly Archives: March 2014

Guest Blogger: David Gordon, Director of the School of Urban and Regional Planning

Our final guest blog comes from David Gordon, Director of the School of Urban and Regional Planning and a faculty member on the Campus Master Plan Advisory Committee.  As a key participant in the evolution of the Queen’s campus over … Continue reading

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The final CMP is here!

The CMP team is excited to share the final Queen’s Campus Master Plan for download. The plan is a result of 14 months of hard work and collaboration between the CMP team, Queen’s and Kingston staff and stakeholders, and you … Continue reading

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An Active Transportation Strategy for Queen’s

Six graduate students from Queen’s School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP) recently completed an Active Transportation Strategy for Queen’s. The report was produced for KFL&A Public Health as part of the SURP Masters of Planning program’s Housing and Human Services … Continue reading

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