|The role of the University Neighbourhoods Association (UNA) is to promote
the creation of a vibrant, sociable, safe and diverse community. The association
also acts as a liaison for the residents’ use of UBC facilities.
Homeowners’ concerns, opinions and views are heard through the UNA and help shape the future development and allocation of community facilities at UBC. Anyone 18 years of age or older who lives in a UNA represented neighbourhood can become a member.
|Campus + Community Planning is accountable for ensuring that any choices made
about land, buildings, infrastructure and transportation support the campus’ short
and long-term goals. With three offices, the office has a broad mandate that covers
both Vancouver and Okanagan campuses.
Its key areas of responsibility include: long-range planning, land use regulations, campus and landscape design, licensing and permits, sustainability initiatives around transportation and community-building activities.