The Boston Redevelopment Authority board has rescheduled the vote on Northeastern University’s (NU) Institutional Master Plan to Nov. 14 at City Hall. The vote was originally supposed to take place last month, but the meeting was postponed.
An IMP is a comprehensive development plan that describes an institution’s existing facilities, long-range planning goals and proposed projects.
NU’s IMP has drawn criticism from some residents of Mission Hill for the lack of proposed dorms, especially early on in the plan. Residents want more dorms built to draw the sometimes-rowdy students away from the neighborhood and back onto campus.