Long Range Development Plan

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2002 LONG RANGE DEVELOPMENT PLAN


The UCLA Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) is the comprehensive land use plan that guides the physical development of the campus to support its teaching, research, and public service mission. The LRDP identifies institutional and developmental objectives and delineates campus land use zones. It also estimates the new building space proposed for each zone.

In 2008, UCLA amended the 2002 LRDP to add 550,000 gsf to the Northwest campus zone to accommodate the 2008 Northwest Housing Infill Project and extend the horizon of the LRDP to 2013. The LRDP Amendment identifies the existing developed campus square footage, parking spaces, and the remaining development allocation under the 2002 LRDP available for future campus development. This amendment also updates the currently remaining development allocations by zone in order to account for changes in some planning assumptions related to previously proposed projects and demolition of existing buildings that have not yet been undertaken as previously assumed in the 2002 LRDP. Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the amendment to the 2002 LRDP required an Environmental Impact Report that was approved by The Regents in March 2009.