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LandMentor Empowering Cities & Counties to Make Better Growth Decisions
‘By far the greatest and most admirable form of wisdom is that needed to plan and beautify cities and human communities’
Mayors, Administrators, Planners, Council & Commissioners have an awesome responsibility in guiding a city's future. Yet little has changed in the tools used to shape growth, until now. LandMentor’s included
LandMentor helps you do your job better.
Approximately 35,000 cities and 3,000 counties in the USA judge submittals with the same 2D presentations as if it were still 1959, insufficient to make optimum decisions. It forces those approving or denying, to imagine the submittal's actual impacts. LandMentor instantly reports precise impacts of a proposal, while providing interactive 3D and virtual reality during public meetings.
A clear understanding of proposals:
The typical submittal meets drafting standards set before modern technology.
LandMentor's intelligence is instantly easier to understand. Topography variations are identified as higher ground in Green and lower ground in Red. Environmental impact is a button press.
Allows submittals to be easily converted into ineractive 3D.
Enables city and the public to accurately visualize proposals
Allows easy analysis of proposal impacts
Enables design alternatives that lower costs and impacts.
Why interactive 3D with virtual reality matters
Compare a typical submittal and that same site with LandMentor's interactive 3D. What if the proposed building were 20' further back? The building can be moved and automatically set at the proper elevation to quickly answer public meeting questions. Views can be eye level, birds-eye, or even from within a building, looking out.
The Chart feature automatically compiles critical information such as square footage of shore frontage, wetlands, paved surfaces, walks, lot sizes, home pad sizes, open-space areas and more.
Charts eliminate cross-checking and many instances where a proposal would otherwise be tabled - or simply rejected for lack of information; or accepted without realizing its negative impacts.
Sumbittal Impacts can encourage developers and builders to submit better solutions for its citizens. This information can result in reduced city maintenance burdens, more attractive growth, enhanced values,(and tax base), a smaller environmental footprint, and more open space. The feedback can guide those submitting, to a more profitable solution.