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New campus development office and campus development advisory board

Campus area at LTH in autumn.

A new campus development office and a university-wide campus development advisory board have been set up with the task of strategically managing campus development issues on an ongoing basis and developing a new campus plan.

The campus development office will be a platform for all campus development issues within LU and consists of two project managers, Charlotte von Brömssen and Madeleine Stjärne Stark.

The campus plan will look ahead to 2050 and aims to develop a direction and common vision for campus development within Lund University. It will clarify the University’s position and driving forces and serve as a tool for communication, discussion and decision-making on the development of the physical environment for all parts of the Lund University campus.

The campus plan should be designed in such a way that it can provide support and direction even when conditions change. The campus plan will also support a resource-efficient use of existing premises and land, and ensure expansion opportunities for Lund University’s future development in the decades to come.

The campus development plan is expected to be completed by 31 December 2024.

The steering group for the development of the campus plan will be the campus development advisory board, chaired by Pro Vice-Chancellor Per Mickwitz. The project manager for the campus plan is premises planner Charlotte von Brömssen, LU Estates.

In order to expand knowledge about campus development and create a broad base for work on the plan, a series of workshops with associated thematic seminars will be held. Representatives from all the faculties, students and administration will participate and the seminars are open to everyone at LU. An external reference group will also be linked to the work on the campus plan.