Irvine Campus Long Range Development Plan
2007 Long Range Development Plan
The 2007 LRDP identifies general types of campus development and land uses to support projected expansion of existing academic programs and to enable new academic program initiatives at UCI through the plan horizon year of 2025-26. In addition, it provides a foundation for post-2025 development at UCI. The 2007 LRDP is accompanied by an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) that identifies potential environmental effects of the plan and prescribes mitigation measures for reducing significant environmental impacts from campus physical development.
- Table of Contents
- Executive Summary
- Chapter 1. Background and Planning History
- Chapter 2. Existing Planning Context
- Chapter 3. LRDP Program 2007-2025
- Chapter 4. Planning Principles
- Chapter 5. Plan Elements
- Amended Land Use Map for the 2007 LRDP
Amendment #1, Administrative Clarification
Clinical uses was added as a Primary Use to clarify the intent of the North Campus' Mixed Use - Commercial land use designation. The Amendment was approved by the Chancellor on June 4, 2018.
Verano 8 Graduate Student Housing & LRDP Student Housing Amendment
The University amended the 2007 LRDP to increase the on-campus student housing program from 17,637 beds to 22,000 beds, an overall increase of 4,363 beds. The Amendment also changed the land use of a six-acre parcel within the existing Campus Village student housing complex located in the Academic Core for future student housing redevelopment at a higher density rather than for Academic and Support uses as originally anticipated in the 2007 LRDP. The Amendment also changed the land use of an undeveloped 12-acre parcel in the West Campus from Student Housing to Academic and Support. The LRDP Student Housing Amendment was approved by the Regents on September 18, 2019.
Irvine Campus Medical Complex & LRDP Amendment #3
The University amended the 2007 LRDP to allow Inpatient uses in the North Campus land use designation of Mixed Use – Commercial. The LRDP Amendment #3 was approved by the Regents on January 20, 2021.