Series 8 - Records of the Property Committee

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Records of the Property Committee

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CA ON00357 2000-8

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  • 1927-2017 (Creation)

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50 cm of textual records

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(1927-1954, 1992-)

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In 1927, a committee consisting of Mr. F.H. Deacon, Mr. J.R.L. Starr and Mr. G.H. Locke and later Chancellor Bowles, was appointed as a Property Committee to ‘keep an outlook and advise the Board on properties which can be obtained which it might seem wise that the Board should purchase’. To this Committee was also referred the method of administering the property of the College and also had power to make necessary building repairs. In 1954, the Property Committee merged with the Finance Committee to form the Finance and Property Committee. In 1985, The Finance and Property Committee became the Financial Management and Planning Committee. The Property Committee was one of 3 sub-committee to this Committee (along with the Budget and Investment Committees). In 1992, By-Law No. 1 was amended and the Financial Management and Planning Committee was dissolved and it's sub-committees became Standing Committees. The new Property Committee had responsibility for all matters pertaining to the use, maintenance and improvement of the University's buildings, grounds and other real assets. It was also tasked with developing long-term plans for capital improvements in the University's buildings, facilities and lands.

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Series consists of minutes, reports, correspondence, tax assessments and leases, and supporting records of the Property Committee.

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Records are restricted in keeping with relevant access and privacy legislation. For information on access, please contact the Archivist.

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See Bursar's Office Fonds, Series 15 - Records Related to Real Estate.


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