Comprehensive Settlement Agreement
What is the Comprehensive Settlement Agreement?
In an August 9, 2008 message to the campus community, Chancellor Blumenthal announced that an historic agreement has been reached, ending litigation over UCSC's 2005 LRDP and stalling construction of a badly needed biomedical building on campus. For more information about the terms of the agreement, please see
For more information about the litigation that preceded the settlement, please see the litigation background webpage.
Read the Comprehensive Settlement Agreement Annual Reports
Each Comprehensive Settlement Agreement Annual Report will be available for review by appointment at the Office of Physical Planning and Construction (located on campus). For your convenience, the annual reports are also posted below.
Comprehensive Settlement Agreement Annual Reports
|2014-2015 Report (11-30-2015):||  Executive Summary||  Full Report|
|2013-2014 Report (12-8-2014):||  Executive Summary||  Full Report|
|2012-2013 Report (12-5-2013):||  Executive Summary||  Full Report|
|2011-2012 Report (12-12-2012):||  Executive Summary||  Full Report|
|2010-2011 Report (11-28-2011):||  Executive Summary||  Full Report|
|2009-2010 Report (12-2-2010):||  Executive Summary||  Full Report|
|2008-2009 Report (11-25-2009):||  Executive Summary||  Full Report|
For questions about the annual report or the Comprehensive Settlement Agreement, please contact the UC Santa Cruz Director of Campus Planning (831-459-2170 or email@example.com) or the City of Santa Cruz Director of Planning and Community Development (831-420-5100 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Also see the related annual mitigation monitoring report about the progress on each mitigation measure adopted as part of the environmental review process for the 2005 LRDP.
These documents are provided in Portable Document Format (PDF) and are best viewed using Acrobat Reader, Version 5.0 or later. The Acrobat Reader, available for free from Adobe, allows you to view, navigate, and print PDF files across all major computing platforms.