Recently, an active relation between the university and its surroundings has become an issue of increasing importance in the field of Campus Planning. The purpose of this paper is to examine the planning process relation between the university and the region. The town and gown relationship is a necessary condition for sustainable development, considering the needs both for the university and the city as well. In order to achieve a proper condition, it is necessary to establish a close relationship between the Campus Master Plan and the City Master Plan, dealing with physical factors within the planning process. As a successful example of town and gown relationship, the case of the University of California Davis and the City of Davis is reviewed in this study. After analyzing this case, three key points were particularly clear concerning the framework of the town and gown relationship's requirements: 1) Extensive and holistic planning points of view; 2) A process of consensus building and planning system, connected with the Campus Master Plan; 3) A planning character with interaction, connectivity, revision process and community participation.
|Translated title of the contribution||FRAMEWORK OF RELATION WITH THE UNIVERSITY AND THE CITY ACCORDING TO CAMPUS MASTER PLAN: In the case of UC Davis and city of Davis|
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|