The first thing I would recommend is using http://cronometer.com/
You'll thank me if you do, and it's free. It tells you everything you are getting for both micro and macro nutrients, assuming you plug your foods into it. Secondly, conventional bodybuilders recommend 1-1.5 g's of protein for every ib. of body weight which is very general. If you are 30 ibs over weight, you most certainly don't need to eat protein to support that fat. You also don't need to eat protein to support water and bone mass. If you are for some reason trying a low carb lifestyle (I know you're not, but just say you are) then there is a much larger priority on protein because of the carb deficiency, which is what most conventional bodybuilders are doing, high protein, low carb.
On a vegan diet, you are most likely going to experience weight loss whether you want it or not. I used to eat 1800-2000 cal's a day on a meat eaters diet, and when I became a vegan I started losing a lot of weight really quickly, so I eat around 4000 calories a day to keep my weight at 180 ibs.
I get 900 (g) of carbs a day, 100 (g) of protein, and 50 (g) of fat (4000 cals). Most of those from raw fruits vegetables nuts and seeds, but I also eat rice and beans daily too. I supplement with vitamin b12 since it's very low in a vegan diet, and I'm not a massive bodybuilder, but I've had some moderate success.
The idea behind your lifting routine seems pretty reasonable, but without specifics as to what you are doing on a daily basis it's hard to say. Try not to make too many changes all at once. You want to make sure what you do is sustainable for a lifetime, not just for a short period of time.