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Design guidelines - Princes St commercial precinct (Dunedin)

These guidelines have been prepared to assist owners and developers of buildings in the Princes St commercial precinct who wish to renovate
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The unique aesthetic of Dunedin's buildings

The unique aesthetic, historical, cultural and architectural aspects of the Dunedin townscape are characterised by a high concentration of heritage buildings – the highest in New Zealand – and many of them residential.
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Our vision for Christchurch urban design

We envision Christchurch City as an attractive, liveable city which has a healthy environment, strong communities, and a prosperous economy.
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Keep Christchurch beautiful

The Keep Christchurch Beautiful Campaign is a voluntary organisation which aims to promote a cleaner, more beautiful environment within Christchurch, and to raise the level of awareness of what the individual can do to improve his or her community and reduce litter.
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City to waterfront study (Wellington)

Public spaces and public life study This page contains the contents and links to individual sections of the City to Waterfront Study, as well as linking to the full 6.7MB document.
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City centre canopies (Porirua)

The Porirua City Council decided in 1994 to commission a project to cover the pedestrian areas of the shopping centre between Hartham Place and Serlby Place with distinctive canopies at a cost of nearly $4 million.
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Auckland Waterfront Vision Principles

The principles give a long-term guiding framework that will direct how the area is managed, developed and protected in the future.
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Pedestrian orientation signage network - Auckland CBD

Projects A pedestrian focused signage system has recently been developed to provide a sense of familiarity and orientation for both local users and visitors to the Auckland CBD.
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Footpath Renewal Programme (Auckland CC)

Auckland City owns 2,214 km of footpaths across the city, many of which are in a poor condition. Accelerated deterioration has been caused by a combination of poor reinstatement by utility operators and building developers, tree roots and vehicles parking on the footpath.
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