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The purpose of this document is to define a conflict area as referenced in BS5489-1:2013 Road Lighting, CIE Standards and EN13201 and to provide the lighting designers with guidance to lighting such areas and the application of conflict areas.
PLG03 Lighting for Subsidiary Roads: Using white light sources to balance energy efficiency and visual amenity
This guide has been developed to aid in the selection of lamp type and illuminance in a way that takes account of the changes in the spectral luminous efficiency of the average human observer in the mesopic region, updating research reported in Technical Report 29.
The aim of this document is to outline good practice in lighting design and provide practical guidance on production and assessment of lighting impacts within new developments.
PLG05 provides guidance for all people involved with exterior illuminated advertisements. The guide replaces the old TR5 and it has been updated to reflect changes in technology, the legal framework and lighting practice. In particular the document now discusses the application of media screens and ...
PLG06 GUIDANCE ON INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF SEASONAL DECORATIONS AND LIGHTING COLUMN ATTACHMENTS
PLG06 has been developed to help those planning festive lights or other attachments to street lighting columns, furniture or buildings. It reveals the issues when planning and installing decorations and how a competent lighting professional must address them.
This report covers the design, manufacture, assembly, erection, painting, testing and maintenance of an unstayed steel mast, used for the purpose of supporting Luminaires or CCTV cameras at heights of 10 metres to 60 metres inclusive.
PLG08 advises on the application of adaptive lighting and includes, adjusting the lighting performance to suit the lit task, trimming, part night or full switch off, providing good practice methodology and determining when switching levels can be defined.
This technical report, a revision of the report produced in 1997, provides guidance on the approach for evaluating the lighting required in locations where pedestrians are encouraged to cross the road.
The third edition of TR22 provides operating authorities with guidance in the management of their lighting supports through the creation of strong management cycles, foundation of positive and consistent condition assessments and the application of a risk assessment strategy.
Cycling is expected to play an important, sustainable transport role in the future, particularly as an alternative to the car for short journeys. If this goal is to be achieved, then cycling must be seriously promoted as an around-the-clock means of transport, rather than just a daytime activity.