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Planning for the University's future
ANU will spend 2018 focusing on its future by developing a refreshed Master Plan for its Acton campus. Aligning with the ANU Strategic Plan 2021, while also looking further forward to 2038, the ANU Acton Master Plan will deliver a clear plan to deliver excellence across the campus’ built environment into the future.
The Master Plan will provide a spatial framework to guide decision making across the campus, with a focus on improving the quality of the University’s physical assets and campus experience, consistent with the University’s culture of excellence in everything that it does. An integrated design team, led by global built environment consultancy Arup, will work with the ANU community during 2018 to develop the ANU Acton Master Plan.
ANU Vice-Chancellor, Professor Brian Schmidt, has challenged the Master Plan team and the campus community to ‘think big’ when it comes to the campus’ future. This big thinking includes addressing the global challenges of digital disruption, energy generation and consumption, urbanisation and transportation. The changing face of academia and the future needs of students and academics will also be explored during the master planning process. Energy and heritage will be specific areas of study during the process, with an Energy Master Plan and Heritage Master Plan key outputs of the master planning process.
We're keen to hear from students, academics, staff and anyone else who visits the ANU campus.
Use our CollabMap to tell what you love about the campus, what would you change and what are your ideas for the future of ANU.
CollabMap is an easy way to collect this information and find out exactly what people think. It will allow us to share information and collect spatially located feedback from the ANU community and stakeholders.
Come and visit the Master Plan team at the Chifley Library and ask any questions you have on the following days between 9am and 3pm:
- 23 – 24 April
- 7 – 9 May
- 14 – 16 May
- 23 – 25 May
- 11 – 13 June
- 18 – 20 June.