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South Campus Area Master Plan
The South Campus Area Master Plan is intended to provide a framework for the creation of a student-oriented community or village close to the Brigham Young University (BYU) campus. The goals of SCAMP are to foster redevelopment of the built environment close to campus, providing affordable, quality housing opportunities to support the university and providing neighborhood-scale commercial services within a walkable community. more...
WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH SCAMP TODAY ?
Update November 2004:
The comprehensive update to the Provo City General Plan was adopted on November 9, 2004. While SCAMP itself was not officially adopted, a planning area based on some of the SCAMP principles was outlined in the adopted General Plan. This planning area (South Campus Planning Area) is reflected in Chapter 6. See also: General Plan page
Update June 2003:
BYU Students for New Urbanism (SNU) conducted a public design charette on the SCAMP idea. Read their newsletter on the event.
Today, the South Campus Area Master Plan remains in the form of the SCAMP Report and Recommendations document published July 2000, but has not been adopted as part of the City's General Plan. Over a period of months in 2002, various events occurred that affected the schedule and path of the SCAMP work. more...
Update February 2003:
ADDITIONAL BACKGROUND ON SCAMP
SCAMP Report and Recommendations - July 2000 - by consultants Fregonese, Calthorpe & Associates