University Committee on Land & Building Development (UCLBD)
The Committee on Land and Building Development (UCLBD) is charged with the responsibility for providing its viewpoint to the University Architect on the planning of campus academic lands. This review responsibility extends to all Stanford lands, excepting lands assigned to the Stanford Management Company for income producing purposes.
The areas of review and input the Committee may be asked to provide include:
- Stanford Community Plan and specific campus area plans
- Concept/Site designs and guidelines for selected projects/master plans
- Campus circulation plans for bicycles and pedestrians
- General campus design guidelines
- Stanford Historic Values Index (Report Updates)
- Panel on Outdoor Art (Report Updates)
The Committee will make its recommendations to the University Architect, who acts as the liaison to senior administration.
The Committee shall include the following appointed members:
- Four-Six members of the Academic Council, nominated by the Faculty Senate Committee on Committees.
- Two students, nominated by the ASSU Committee on Nominations.
- Two-Four staff members, appointed by the President’s Office.
The term of membership for the appointed members shall be for two years (excluding the student members, who will serve one-year terms), effective October 1 of the year of appointment and ending September 30th of the third year.
In addition, the committee shall include:
- University Architect/Director of Campus Planning (Secretary)
- Director of Project Management, or designee
- Representative from Facility Operations
- Executive Director of Stanford Campus Residential Leaseholders (SCRL), or designee
- Representative of the Stanford Management Company
The Chair of the Committee shall be one of the faculty members and shall be named by the University Architect annually subject to the approval of the University President.
The Committee may establish such subcommittees as it finds necessary in dealing with its responsibilities. The membership of any subcommittee shall include at least three members from the parent committee, while additional members may be drawn from any part of the University community. One standing subcommittee is the Stanford Historic Values Index.
The Committee shall normally meet once each month during the 9 months of the academic year. Special meetings may be scheduled for purposes of orientation, and/or review of the annual Land and Buildings project status report and the Santa Clara County/General Use Permit annual report.
The University Architect/Planning Office is responsible for providing staff support to the Committee and its subcommittees.
The Chairman shall submit an annual report to the University President.