The Locations Framework will guide place-based decision-making within RMIT, through a set of site-agnostic principles or “locations directions”. These will complement and build on RMIT’s emerging strategy, mission and purpose. The directions will apply to current RMIT locations and new place-based opportunities.
The Framework will also provide our partners and stakeholders with an overview of our current place-based opportunities to facilitate linkages, future planning and possible co-investment. The Framework is being with input from across the university and our partner and stakeholder networks while drawing inspiration from leading practice in sustainability, heritage, planning, landscape, built form and architecture from a wide range of sources.