Principles and Concepts
- Masterplan Principles - Callaghan
- Masterplan Principles - Central Coast
- Key Concepts - Callaghan
- Key Concepts - Central Coast
Masterplan Principles (page 5) have been established that guide a concept for the renewal and future growth of the campus that supports the University's Vision and Strategic Priorities.
Campus Spine - Create legible and intuitive wayfinding, with direct entry into the heart of the campus
Connected Precincts - Link the precincts of the campus with a continuous corridor of activated buildings and public realm
Campus Heart - New focus for student life and learning, including spaces to support pedagogical innovation
Spatial Network - Establish a network and hierarchy of public spaces
Active residential - Create a new way of living that stimulates campus activity and engages with the bushland
Community Axis - Locate activities that facilitate community presence on a clear, direct axis into the campus and improves security
Interpretive walk - Create a meaningful experience of the bushland that aids appreciation and learning opportunities
Periphery parking - Rationalise vehicular routes and parking infrastructure to enable a pedestrian friendly campus.
Activation of the Quadrangle - invigorate the quadrangle as a vibrant entrance to the campus and the focus for campus life including the construction of new second floors on each of the north, western and southern sides to provide additional floor space and match the bulk of the library
Strengthen Campus routes and gathering spaces - improve pedestrian paths and links to enable legible and safe wayfinding
New accessible mixed use precinct - new buildings or buildings for high density, residential, retail and community uses.