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Infrastructure Development Code

DS-8.5 Information Requirements

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The following shall be provided at the time of Development Works Approval:

  1. Electronic copy of the lighting design report and lighting design plans scaled to 1:500.
  2. The lighting design layout shall include all relevant topographic information, property boundaries, driveway crossovers, kerb line, footpath, landscaping, overhead power lines and any other elements relevant to lighting design constraints.
  3. Documentation in accordance with the relevant part(s) of AS/NZS1158 to show compliance.
  4. Lighting sub-category used in the design, e.g. V2, P4. These shall be recorded on each lighting plan.
  5. For category V roads: Luminance calculations from Perfectlite together with Isolux plots from AGI32, illustrating relevant contours for the lighting sub-category with illuminance and point illuminance values necessary to demonstrate compliance. Also include a 10 lux horizontal isolux line.Use of other software packages is acceptable, subject to Council approval
  6. For Category P roads: Illuminance diagrams from AGI32 illustrating relevant contours for the lighting sub-category with illuminance and point illuminance values necessary to demonstrate compliance. Use of other software packages is acceptable, subject to Council approval.
  7. Information shown in Table 1: Information Requirements for Category V Roads and Table 2: Information Requirements for Category P Roads.

Table 1: Information Requirements for Category V Roads

Parameter Symbol Notes
Average carriageway luminance L Straight sections
Overall uniformity Uo Straight sections
Longitudinal uniformity UL Straight sections
Threshold increment % TI Straight sections
Surround (verge) illumination ratio Es Straight sections
Perfectitle maximum spacing   Straight sections
Maximum spacing at bends   Bends – Summarise reduced spacing values, showing the bend radius (m), reduction factor and reduced spacing (m).
Point illuminance Eph Intersections, pedestrian crossings, pedestrian refuges and defined pedestrian crossing routes at signalised crossing 
Illuminance (horizontal) uniformity UE1 Intersections and pedestrian refuges only
Vertical illuminance EPV Pedestrian crossing

Table 2: Information Requirements for Category P Roads

Parameter Symbol Notes
Average horizontal illuminance Eh  
Point horizontal illuminance Eph  
Illuminance (horizontal) uniformity UE2  
Point vertical illuminance Epv  
Luminous intensity at Gamma 80 IG80 For maximum luminaire watts in the design
Peak luminous intensity IPEAK For maximum luminaire watts in the design
Perfectile maximum spacing   Straight sections

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