Developments at the campus have resulted in an increase in pedestrian and vehicular activity on the forecourt area. This, in combination with the adjacent bus hub for the university, was recognised as a safety risk to users and an inappropriate setting for Main House.
The aim of the scheme was to organise vehicle movement, improve pedestrian movement and safety, including targeted street lighting enhancements and a new pedestrian crossing to improve the appearance of the forecourt. The lighting design was informed by a suite of bat surveys and careful lux plot testing.
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