posted on Nov. 22: Feedback solicited on draft campus master plan


[img_inline align=”right” src=””]The campus master plan steering committee wants feedback on a draft campus master plan.

Dozens of members of the McMaster community on and off campus attended a second open house Wednesday to view the options proposed in the draft document.

Everyone is invited to provide input on the draft plan by the deadline, Dec. 12.

Copies of the draft plan will be available in Mills Memorial Library and the Westdale Library.

Comments and responses can be sent by e-mail to, faxed to 905-522-3391, conveyed to Karen Belaire, vice-president administration, 905-525-9140, ext. 23068 or or Cyndi Rottenberg-Walker, Urban Strategies, 416-340-9004, ext. 214 or

The draft plan carries forward key themes that have emerged during stakeholder interviews, a campus vision workshop and the first community open house in March 2001.

The campus plan options incorporate five key themes:

  • A Living Plan
  • Pedestrian-Focused, Multi-Modal
  • High-Quality Setting
  • Campus Village, Community Partnership
  • Environmental Stewardship

The finalized campus plan will be presented to Senate and the Board of Governors for approval once the feedback is received.

OPEN HOUSE: (L to R) Charlotte Lawson, Rick Grigg and Tom Bryner were some of the many visitors to the second campus plan open house held in Convocation Hall Wednesday.