The complete Campus Plan 2010 document is also available in RTF and PDF formats.
The Campus Plan 2010 has links to a number of other Local and State Government strategic and statutory plans.
These plans include:
Planning has been a key feature of the growth and development of The University of Western Australia since its establishment in 1911, it’s acquisition of the Crawley land in 1914 and its permanent move to the Crawley site in 1929.
In 2000, Gus Ferguson, with Bill James (Consultant Landscape Architect) and Frank Roberts (University Architect), recognised that if the University was to continue to expand, and maintain the character of ‘buildings in a landscape setting’ then expansion beyond the campus would be needed.
The aim of the Campus Planning Review 2000 was to retain the ambience, beauty and functionality of the campus, and give scope for future development.
Some actions that have been initiated or implemented since the 2000 plan are:
The 2000 Plan provided flexibility and responsiveness to the complex and continual demands that are required of the campus. The 2000 Plan has been used to locate significant developments across the campus over the past decade including the construction of:
The capital development on Crawley campus over the past 10 years has demonstrated a need to ensure flexibility within any future campus plans. The constant review and questioning of the principles has led to better design solutions and highlighted the need for a less prescriptive campus plan with more emphasis on principles.