Type of entity
Authorized form of name
Sites and Buildings Planning and Development Committee
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Standardized form(s) of name according to other rules
Other form(s) of name
Identifiers for corporate bodies
Dates of existence
ca. 1970 - 1981
Briefly called the Building and Sites Development Committee when it was first established as a standing committee of the College in early 1975, by May of that year the Committee’s name was changed to the Sites and Buildings Planning and Development Committee. (Prior to being formally designated a standing committee, it had also been called the Sites Committee.)
The Committee’s primary function was to study proposals and make recommendations to Council on topics pertaining to the development of buildings and sites. The Committee was tasked with initiating long-term planning for the provision of sites for future developments, to examine and recommend specific site acquisitions, to meet with municipal councils in the College region, to act on behalf of the Council with respect to jointly owned facilities, and to review and assess the suitability of project consultants.
In 1981, following the split between Douglas and Kwantlen, the Sites and Buildings Planning and Development Committee (by then a committee of the College Board) amalgamated with other committees to become the Finance, Facilities and Personnel Committee.