PLANS & GUIDELINES
Welcome to our Plans & Guidelines library, a collection of all current Campus Planning policies, guidelines and materials for UBC’s Okanagan campus.
The UBC Okanagan Campus Plan (2015)
The UBC Okanagan Campus Plan (The Campus Plan) sets out a vision for the physical development of the campus, and identifies how and where to manage future campus growth to support the University’s strategic plan and academic mission. The Campus Plan provides a long-term planning framework for existing and future academic and research activities, student housing, and associated campus services and infrastructure for the next 20 years.
UBC Okanagan Design Guidelines (Revised 2008)
The UBC Okanagan Design Guidelines (The Guidelines) are provided as a compulsory design reference tool for use in the design of all future facilities, spaces and landscape on the UBC Okanagan campus. The Guidelines are supplementary to The Campus Plan, and are anticipated to be updated in 2015-16 to reflect the updated Campus Plan approved in 2015.
UBC Okanagan Public Realm Plan (2010)
The Campus Plan describes the Vision and transformation of the Okanagan campus into one that is a centre for learning and innovation – regionally and globally – with a shared commitment to fostering community and to supporting social and ecological well-being. Deeply connected to the landscape, the campus is to be an accessible, intimate and welcoming environment for all. The intention of the Public Realm Plan is to help deliver The Campus Plan’s vision and to knit the campus together physically through providing a network of attractive public outdoor places and pedestrian pathways and environments that promote learning, social activities, relaxation and exchange.
UBC Sign Standards + Guidelines (under development)
The UBC Okanagan Sign Standards and Guidelines (Sign Guidelines) are provided as a compulsory design reference tool for all permanent signage on campus to ensure conformance with UBC Signage Policy, continuity in UBC’s signage system, and consistency with UBC’s visual identity. Signage must also comply with the City of Kelowna Sign Bylaw(and secure a sign permit) where applicable.
Wildland Fire Management Plan (2006)
The Wildland Fire Management Plan for the UBC Okanagan campus has been developed to comply with the City of Kelowna’s Official Community Plan (OCP) and to meet the City’s rezoning requirements. The report assesses the wildfire threat for the campus and provides recommendations and tools to reduce this threat.
Infrastructure Corridor Plan (2009)
The Infrastructure Corridor Plan sets out the locations of existing and future infrastructure (water, sewer, gas, etc.) on campus to inform orderly infrastructure development consistent with The Campus Plan, to protect future development sites, and to provide a framework for utility easements and right-of-ways requiring Ministerial Approval.
Multi-Purpose Utility Corridor Study to 2020 (2010)
The Multi-Purpose Utility Corridor Study was developed to inform the Infrastructure Corridor Plan and should be referenced in tandem with the Plan.