Series 15 - Records of committees and task forces concerned with planning

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Records of committees and task forces concerned with planning

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CA ON00357 2000-15

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  • 1941-1995 (Creation)

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30 cm of textual records

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(1984-1987)

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The Implementation Committee was established in 1984 and was responsible for overseeing and coordinating the work of 3 sub-committees: The Sub-Committee on Priorities and Finance, The Sub-Committee on Facilities and Land Use and the Sub-Committee on Fund Raising and Promotion.
The Sub-Committee on Priorities and Finance would work through the recommendations of the Planning Task Force as a guide and develop detailed objectives (academic, facilities, equipment, etc.), detailed cost estimates and scheduling analyses and makes recommendations on priorities and implementation timing. The Sub-Committee on Facilities and Land Use would use the recommendations of the Planning Task Force as a guide and would develop a Master Facilities and Land-Use Plan which would be fully integrated with the detailed objectives and priorities coming from the work of the Sub-Committee on Priorities and Finance in order to ensure optimal utilization of the real property assets of the University in the interested of attaining planning objectives. Finally, the Sub-Committee on Fund Raising and Promotion also looked to the Planning Task Force’s recommendations and was to develop and recommend strategies and plans for raising of funds required to meet planning objectives and to recommend who should be recruited as fund raising campaign leaders and key team members.

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(1949-1966)

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The Planning Committee of the Board of Regents was established in 1950 in order to "study, develop and report on a master plan covering a) requirements for a new dining hall for the women's students ; b) for the replacement of facilities in the Wymilwood Women's Student Union ; c) to give further study to the Library Building situation ; and d) such additional building requirements or improvements as might be required over the next ten or fifteen years." The first Chairman of the Committee was Wilfred C. James. In June of 1950, the Planning Committee made a recommendation that a [Wymilwood] Building Committee be established to address issues around the replacement of the Wymilwood Student Union (Wymilwood had been sold to U of T). In 1955, the Planning Committee was appointed by the Finance and Property Committee to survey and study present facilities, buildings and grounds, and to determine what additional accommodations or extensions of facilities would be required based on projections of increases in enrollment.

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Series consists of the records of various incarnations of the Planning Committee as well as the records of the Implementation Committee and it's sub-committees as well as the records of the Task Force on the Future of Victoria University. Also consists of the Report of the Planning Task Force which was used by the Implementation Committee to guide it's activities and goals. The series is divided into 3 sub-series.

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