Dissolved May 28, 2013
At the May 20, 2013 Board of Trustees Meeting the Governance and Nominating Committee recommended to the Board of Trustees:
That the Campus Planning and Development Committee be dissolved and the appointments thereto be rescinded effective on the date of approval of the revised Mandate and Terms of Reference for the Queen’s University Planning Committee by the Senate.
At the May 28, 2013 Senate Meeting the revised Mandate and Terms of Reference for the Queen's University Planning Committee were approved.
(As approved by the Board of Trustees in May 1996, amended May 2003 and May 2005)
The Campus Planning and Development Committee shall be composed of the Chair of the Board, the Chancellor, the Principal, and the Vice-Principal (Finance and Administration) who shall be ex-officio members; 5 Trustees, one of whom shall be a student Trustee; 1 student nominated by the AMS; 1 student nominated by the SGPS; 2 faculty nominated by the Senate; 2 staff members with appropriate experience nominated by the Senate; and 4 additional members with relevant professional experience appointed by the Board of Trustees.
Appointments shall be made by the Board of Trustees on the recommendation of the Governance and Nominating Committee for terms of 3 years with one-third, as near as may be, completing their terms on 31 May each year, but eligible for re-appointment normally to a maximum of 12 years of service.
A Chair and a Vice-Chair will be appointed by the Board of Trustees.
The Secretary of the Board of Trustees shall ensure that a secretary is available to support the committee.
A majority of the Committee shall constitute a quorum.
The Committee shall meet at least twice a year.
The Committee shall report to the Board of Trustees not less than once a year and at other times as requested by the Board of Trustees.
The Campus Planning and Development Committee shall:
Maintain a process of campus planning and development; monitor the development and maintenance of a campus plan that would encompass long-, medium- and short-term horizons and oversee current buildings; and recommend to the Board of Trustees policies and plans for the physical development and maintenance of the University;
Report to the Board of Trustees on these and such other matters pertaining to the physical development of the University as may be referred to the Committee by the Board of Trustees;
Report to the Senate, through the Principal, on the activities of the Committee, at least twice a year and/or at other times as requested by the Senate.