Timeline planning programme
The planning programme timeline
The planning programme timeline
Scroll down our timeline to see how we are working with the planning programme.
January and February 2017: Idea competition for new campus
The purpose is to bring out as much knowledge as possible and different ideas before one winner gets the assignment to prepare a physical plan for the area. The area for new buildings is limited to the area west - Elgeseter.
May 2017: NTNU and the municipality invites to city walks
Residents, students, employees and other interested parties join two city walks. The National Trust of Norway (Fortidsminneforeningen) offer a walk-and-talk to explore the district’s history. With the Urbanists, we see how the district could become even more pedestrian-friendly.
15 May 2017: Koht wins the idea competition
KOHT Architects win the idea competition for a new campus with their concept «The road ahead».
June 2017: The planning programme starts
NTNU Campus Development teams up with Trondheim Municipality to work on a joint planning programme. The planning programme is based on the architects winning concept, and is a «manual» on how to further develop plans in the area.
12 June 2017: Neighbours notified about campus plans
NTNU arranges meetings for neighbours when starting to work on the planning programme. The start-up is notified to all neighbours within the planning area and public authorities, as well as announced in Adresseavisen.
September and October 2017: Information meetings and workshop
NTNU and the municipality arrange worshop and information meetings for affected parties in order to obtain knowledge for further developing campus plans.
November 2017: The architects deliver their proposal
KOHT Architects have investigated possible locations and sizes of new university buildings. Studies from the physical plan form the basis for the planning programme proposal.
19 January 2018: The government decide how much NTNU can build
The Government decide that the State will fund new buildings of up to 92 000 square metres gross and rebuilding of up to 45 000 square metres gross.
6 March 2018: The politicians in Trondheim gives directions on where NTNU can build
The building committee decided that the parkland areas of Elgeseter Park and along the northern part of Høgskoleparken should not be investigated further for building purposes. They are open for exploring opportunities in the south area of the park, ant to look further into other proposed sites.
10 March - 4 May 2018: Consultation period for campus plans
Consultation and public inspection of the planning programme. In this period, we arranged public meetings, an information meeting and about thirty dialogue meetings with stakeholders, including public authorities, organizations and neighbours.
March - October 2018: NTNU investigate potential sites further
NTNU continues to explore different options for building and rebuilding. And investigate what impact it might have on the areas.
May - August 2018: Review and discussion of comments
After 4 May, we started reviewing and discussing all the feedback from the public hearing on the planning programme. Everyone who submitted comments received information about the further process.
25 September 2018: Additional studies for public hearing
The building committee discussed NTNU Campus Development’s additional investigations. They were distributed for comments with a deadline of 9 November.
During 2018: The state investigate costs and feasibility
What can be done? What will it cost? How long will it take? Statsbygg and NTNU, on commission from The Ministry of Education and Research, explore potential building areas, costs, overall space allocation and implementation.
25 January 2019: NTNU delivers the planning programme for political treatment
Planning programme is sent to Trondheim municipality for political finalization.
25 April 2019: The politicians in Trondheim decided where NTNU can build
The City Council decided the planning programme for campus and university purposes. The City Council therefore agrees that is is possible to initiate zoning for development in accordance with the framework stated in the planning programme.
During 2019: Prepare for regulation
In the planning programme, overall guidelines for further regulation plans are decided. Preparations are made with the aim of initiate zoning early in 2020.