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- RT @ProfDavidGordon: The Campus in the City: new urban design & planning initiatives in Campus Master Plan from @UrbStrat @QUcampusplan … 3 years ago
- RT @AnnPappert: @ProfDavidGordon @CanUrbanism @UrbStrat @QUcampusplan The connectivity is key. Congratulations on the integration and care … 3 years ago
- We've just posted our final guest blog! Thanks to @ProfDavidGordon, director of @QueensSURP ... qucampusplan.wordpress.com/2014/03/18/gue… 3 years ago
- We are happy to announce that the CMP is now available for download! queensu.ca/cmp/qcmp 3 years ago
- We are happy to announce that the CMP was approved by the Board of Trustees on Friday! We will be posting the plan online this week. 3 years ago
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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
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
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
Thank you to those who attended the Campus and Community Open House #2 earlier this month at the Biosciences Complex Atrium. We had a great turnout including Queen’s students, faculty, and staff, as well as Kingston residents, City staff, and … Continue reading
The CMP team is excited to be sharing our draft Master Plan content this afternoon from 2 – 6 in the Biosciences Complex Atrium. We hope you can come by and let us know what you think about where the … Continue reading
Campus and Community Open House #2 December 6, 2013 Biosciences Complex 116 Barrie Street Drop in anytime between 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. After months of in-depth study and extensive consultation, the draft content of the Campus Master Plan (CMP) … Continue reading
Guest Blog: Filza Naveed, Communications Coordinator of Kingston Alumni Branch, Queen’s University and M.A Candidate for Cultural Studies
Through our consultation to date, it is clear to the CMP team that Queen’s benefits from being located centrally within Kingston — close to downtown, Princess Street, and the waterfront. However, Kingston has many more neighbourhoods than just those near Main … Continue reading