November 2020 | Volume 2
At Trent University we envision a sustainable and inspiring campus community,
thoughtfully integrating the natural and built environments, with vibrant places to
learn, live, innovate, and be active.
VIRTUAL TOWN HALL
Virtual Town Hall: Thanks for Joining Us
Thank you for joining us for the Virtual Town Hall Meeting last week. If you weren't able to join us, we've posted a recording of the event, along with the presentation to the website. The Frequently Asked Questions page has been updated with the questions asked during the Town Hall.
PLAN HIGHLIGHTS
  • A high level, conceptual vision guiding the future of the Symons campus
  • Layers showcase existing conditions, the Otonabee River and watershed, University Green Network, University Districts and Mobility and Gateways
  • Maintains 60% of the Symons campus as Nature Areas and green spaces
  • Introduces the University Green Network to support corridors and biodiversity
  • Land management categories will guide area-specific resources, rehabilitation and recreation
Frequently Asked Questions

We've updated the Frequently Asked Questions page with questions asked during the Town Hall, and with questions submitted through email and the online feedback from. We continue to update this page as questions are asked.
READ THE REPORTS
Share Your Feedback until January 4, 2021

Review the draft Trent Lands & Nature Areas Plan, and share your thoughts: trentu.ca/trentlandsplan or trentlandsplan@trentu.ca. Feedback is open until January 4, 2021.

The draft Plan will be presented to the Trent University Board of Governors at their February meeting.
TRENT LANDS PLAN PHASE TRACKER
HISTORY OF TRENT LANDS PLAN
Planning for the Future
Since the 1964 Trent University Master Plan, land use planning has helped to protect, enhance and support our natural setting, teaching and research, the student experience, our academic reputation and the surrounding communities.
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