Trent Lands Plan
TRIP Master Plan Public Information Session
Members of the Trent and Peterborough communties are invited to attend an upcoming information session to hear updates about the Trent Research & Innovation Park (TRIP) Master Plan. The session will begin with an Open House for guests to review materials and speak directly with University representatvies and the Archtects. A formal update presentation will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Time: Open House - 6:45 p.m.
Presentation - 7:30 p.m.
Location: The Gathering Space, Gzowski College on Trent's East Bank
Click here for a Campus Map.
Clearing Underway at Pioneer Road for Campus Developments
Brush and tree clearing is currently underway at Pioneer Road at the Symons campus, in preparation for the installation of services for the Trent Research & Innovation Park (TRIP), and the new arena complex.
The City of Peterborough plans to expand the width of the current road allowance on Pioneer Road, from Nassau Mills Road to the 9th Line, to allow for appropriate infrastructure and services to be provided to TRIP. This work will be performed by a contractor engaged by the City. The City plans to replan after the road widening has taken place.
The clearing process on Pioneer Road may result in lane closures.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact:
Kent Stringham, BA, CPA, CMA, associate vice-president, Facilities Management
Trent Public Information Session
Representatives from the City of Peterborough and Trent University joined with members of the Trent and Peterborough communities on February 23, 2016, to discuss updates to the development plans underway on the University's endowment lands. The evening's presentation is available here, with background information below.
All questions and comments on the Trent Lands Plan are welcome. Please send any feedback via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 23, 2016 Public Information Session Presentation
Trent Research & Innovation Park
Trent Sports Field Project
The Trent Land Use Framework Plan was developed through consultations with students, staff, faculty, alumni, administration, the City of Peterborough, and the community to create a vision and to guide decision making surrounding Trent's 1,450 acres of endowment lands.
Building off previous plans (including the 1964 Master Plan and the 2006 Endowment Lands Plan) and community feedback, the Trent Lands Plan was created in 2013. Using this framework and its guiding principles, Trent University is moving forward with developing parcels of the endowment lands to enhance the long term viability of the University; to further the economic, recreational, social and cultural development of the region; and to provide desirable amenities for our neighbours.
Trent Lands Plan
Framework Plan (PDF)
Demonstration Plan (PDF)
Board of Governors Briefing Document (PDF)
Revised Guiding Principles (PDF)
In the News
Read President Leo Groarke's editorial in the Peterborough Examiner "Trent has a role to play as the north end grows" (January 22, 2015)
Read Vice President Julie Davis' editorial in the Peterborough Examiner "Trent research park could spark city's growth" (February 26, 2015)
Trent Lands Plan Community Consultations, 2012-2013
In 2012-2013, we asked the Trent and Peterborough communities to help us "Imagine the Possibilities" for the endowment lands, through three rounds of public consultations. Starting with "blue-sky" ideas, each session dug deeper into how the endowment lands should be used to meet the needs of the University and the community. The final plan was approved by Trent's Board of Governors in May 2013.
Round One Materials
Round Two Materials
Round Three Materials
1964 Master Plan
2004 Athletics Master Plan (PDF)
2006 Endowment Lands Master Plan