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Master plan

A planning document designed to guide the future development on an entity; may be employed for the construction or remodeling of a building, site planning or access, or for a political jurisdiction indicating proposed land uses.

master plan

A plan, usually graphic and drawn on a small scale but often supplemented by written material, which depicts all the elements of a project or scheme.
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However, we need to see the master plan process through first to ensure any steps towards this growth are well thought out and planned.
State law governing comprehensive master plans has not changed, and the elements or chapters required of the region's earliest master plans make up the framework of today's master plans as well, said Mr.
For many, a master plan is about preserving the rural quality of life still abundant in Central Massachusetts communities.
Anticipating that half of this group will be new community college students, and that 70 percent of those students are likely to attend urban community colleges, these schools are working to meet enrollment demands while attracting and retaining a diverse student body through master plan reviews and updates.
Board of Airport Commissioners President John Agoglia said the master plan includes a number of community protections, including a budget schedule that makes many of the transportation improvements ``right up front.
Among HOK's current projects are the Master Plan to reinvent the Meadowlands Sports Complex as a 1.
Following a series of studies and reports detailing the limits of existing facilities and projecting future requirements for educational and recreational buildings, the university completed its master plan of expansion projects this month.
Radandt, who worked with The Eggers Group on a master plan for the college's campus relocation.
Although she agreed with the one-week delay, Mikels said the county should broaden the scope of the Camarillo Airport master plan to look into expanding the runway.
Johnson Fain, a leading national architecture and urban design firm based in Los Angeles, has won a 2004 Honors Award from the American Institute of Architects for its master plan for Mission Bay, the largest undeveloped site in San Francisco.
Through his 30+ year career in public and private practice, he has created urban design plans for public spaces, and master plans for university campuses throughout the United States.
Achieving the objectives outlined in the master plan will promote sound resource stewardship and ensure future opportunities for their public use and enjoyment.

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