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Last edited 19 Jan 2021
Objects in the public realm
Urban Design Guidelines for Victoria, published by the State of Victoria (Australia) in 2016, suggests: ‘Objects in the public realm include those items located in streets and public spaces that are either for public use and convenience, or for utilities infrastructure and services. Objects include street furniture, service cabinets, trees and planting, barriers and fencing, lighting, signs and small public buildings and structures.’
See also: Street furniture.
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