The Code of Practice – Private Tennis Court Development has been formulated in response to the need for a consistent approach to planning controls over private tennis courts throughout the State. The Code has been prepared by the Office of Planning, Heritage and Market Information in
Technical Specs. The Code of Practice - Private Tennis Court Development is an incorporated document in all planning schemes in Victoria. The Code sets out considerations, objectives and performance requirements to be applied to the construction, use and illumination of private tennis courts. The technical specifications for construction and lighting installations are not included in this Code.
CODE OF PRACTICE FOR ILLUMINATION OF RESIDENTIAL TENNIS COURTS This code seeks to establish guidelines for the illumination of residential tennis courts to ensure good quality on court lighting and to minimise 'off site' effects. On Court Illumination Average maintained illuminance over the line marked area of the court 250 lux.
Indoor tennis centres can open with a venue cap of 10 people. Spectators are not permitted (excludes people necessary to facilitate the activity such as coaches, trainers, umpires, carers, parents and guardians). All tennis venues must have Service Victoria QR code check-in signage clearly displayed.
5.1.2 Pipe and Footing Tables for Commercial Tennis Court Fencing _____ 22 5.1.3 Preferred Range of Chain Link Fabric for Commercial Tennis Courts _____ 23 5.2 Domestic Tennis Courts complying with AS1725-2010-Part-3 _____ 24
We will efficiently complete tree removal, earthworks, drainage, fencing, lighting, landscaping, court accessories, and prepare the site on completion so that the customer can enjoy the new court. All of our work complies with the Department of Infrastructure "code of practice" for tennis court development. All our work is covered by materials ...
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