Now Available: Draft UC Berkeley Long Range Development Plan

Now Available: Draft UC Berkeley Long Range Development Plan

A land-use plan that proposes how to best utilize areas of the campus and considers the associated facilities and infrastructure needed to support those uses.

UC Berkeley Long Range Development Plan

The Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) is one of our most important tools for responsible long-term campus planning and for being a good community partner. UC Berkeley carefully plans for and considers its facility requirements relative to its budget and the needs of its faculty, students, and staff. At its core, the LRDP is a land-use plan that proposes how to best utilize areas of the campus and considers the associated facilities and infrastructure needed to support those uses.

The LRDP is a forecast for responsible and flexible development of the UC Berkeley campus through the year 2036. It is important to note that an LRDP does not approve or require specific new buildings or projects. The LRDP is a strategy for where development would take place if it is eventually funded. As future projects are developed within the LRDP framework, they would have the appropriate environmental analysis and go through the university’s approval process before any construction begins.