Help users visualise place
Helping Users to visualise the future can be challenging. 3D technologies offer great tools that government can use to demonstrate the proposals for a place, and view the benefits of change.
3D models can be incorporated into The HiVE to create rich, interactive digital experiences that engage users and invite them to participate in informed ways.
Street lighting Poles and fittings make a major impact on the appearance of the road scheme/urban design and should be planned as part of the overall design concept from the initial stage. It is especially important that in old historic towns and conservation areas, particular attention should be paid to the aesthetic quality of the street lighting design and installation moreover at the same time equal care should be taken to avoid light pollution, particularly in rural areas.
There are a number of options for street lighting. Each has different characteristics, features and price tags. Explore below to view the options and tell use your preferences.
Option 1: Bronze
This is a high-quality, single cast bronze poll. It costs $1,500 per installation but is highly durable and attractive.
Option 2: Traditional
This is a budget street lamp, designed for providing wide-area lighting. At $700 per installation, it is the budget option.
Where is lighting needed the most?
Using the map below, tell us where lighting is needed the most to improve safety and amenity. Remember that each light costs a significant amount of money, so try an use Council's resources wisely.