District staff, based on data and previous engagement with the public and stakeholder groups and based on enrolment statistics, building conditions and other considerations, drafted the LRFP with 17 recommendations for Board consideration.
- Several key areas are covered within the LRFP including enrolment forecasts, facility condition, seismic mitigation, the development of a Capital Asset Management Plan, and reduction of capacity.
- The draft LFRP is intended to guide the prioritization of capital projects to ensure students are in seismically-safe facilities that provide modern learning environments now and in the future.
The draft Long Range Facilities Plan was presented for Board approval in April, 2019.
Long Range Facilities Plan - May 29, 2019 - (190 pages, PDF)
Vancouver School Board approved the last Long Range Facilities Plan (LRFP) on May 24, 2016. The report includes some amendments to what was previously presented. The final report, which has now been submitted to the Ministry of Education, can be found below.
LRFP Report – May 24, 2016 – Board approved
Appendices are listed below.
LRFP Update – May 18, 2016
- LRFP Cover Memo
- LRFP Report – May 18, 2016 (has been Board approved and updated on May 24th)
- 1.0 Introduction, 2.0 Guiding Principles, 3.0 Background Information, 4.0 Key Components of the Long Range Plan, 5.0 LRFP – Implementation Plan for 2016 to 2021