Public consultation on updating UBC's Okanagan Master Plan is now closed.
The online consultation period ran from October 3 - 17, with a Public Information Session that took place on October 9.
This important first phase of public consultation sought feedback on the future development needs for UBC’s Okanagan Campus, such as enhancements to the academic and learning experience on campus, and how the University can continue to move toward a more sustainable future.
Thank you to everyone who participated!
Consultation Report and Public Input
A Public Consultation Summary Report as well as links to full transcripts of the feedback we received from stakeholders and the general public during public consultation are available below:
- Public Consultation Summary Report
- Appendix I (Public Information Session Display Boards)
- Appendix II (Feedback Questionnaire)
- Appendix IV (Verbatim Feedback Received and Stakeholder Letters)
- Appendix V (Petition to Build a Bike Path Along the North Side of Robert Lake)
The web pages that follow offer key information on UBC’s Okanagan Master Plan update process.
The feedback received during this public consultation process may be made available for public viewing. Any personal information you provide during this public consultation process is collected under the authority of section 26(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. UBC Campus and Community Planning is collecting this information for the purposes of this consultation process. For more information about the collection of personal information, contact Gabrielle Armstrong, Acting Director, Communications and Public Engagement, at (604) 822-9984 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.