Renishaw Hills is a residential development in South Africa located in the Mpambanyoni Conservation South Coast eco-district.
To light the access road to a luxury development at Renishaw Hills, Sunna Design’s all-in-one solar lantern solution, the iSSL+, was selected. The quality of its design and its unmatched performance were the keys to a successful project. A hundred street lamps were deployed on the 2.4 km of road for an exceptional result.
Renishaw Hills, AFRIQUE DU SUD
This interconnected residential location, which is surrounded by pristine coastal forests and magnificent wetlands, offer residents a truly unique lifestyle in harmony with nature.
With a clear focus to sustain and support the environment, 65% of the land is dedicated to the conservation and the protection of the natural flora and fauna. All construction therefore lean towards sustainability, with the preservation of the environment being the guiding force behind all works done on the premises.
There was a need to illuminate the road leading to the residential village and a requirement to find a lighting solution in conformity with the premises commitment towards sustainability and nature conservation.
Sunna Design’s fully integrated solar lantern range, the iSSL +, was shortlisted as the most adequate product to provide lighting service on the road leading to Renishaw Hills.
The quality of its design combined with its unequalled performances were key factors which led to the selection of Sunna’s range.
About 100 streetlights were deployed on the 14.9 miles road to Renishaw Hills, and the result now speaks for itself.
« The solar aspect make this product eco-friendly and, icing on the cake, just look at these lights, they are absolutely beautiful and illuminate the road perfectly»
Philipp Baker – Managing Director of Renishaw Hills Property Development
Impact: approximately 80,000 beneficiaries
15 Plumbago Drive, Renishaw Hills, South Coast, Scottburgh, South Africa
Municipality of Renishaw Hills
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