Procedure How to light up a building

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Direction de la Prospective, de l'Urbanisme et de la Mobilité

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23, Avenue Albert II

BP 609
MC 98013 - MONACO Cedex

Opening Hours : from 08h30 to 12h00 and from 13h30 to 17h30 from Monday to Friday

Phone : (+377) 98 98 22 99

Fax : (+377) 98 98 88 02

Send us an email
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Principle and conditions

The Building Lighting Charter in the Principality sets out common rules to control public and private lighting.

This tool presents the general requirements relating to luminance, colours, beams of light, maximum energy consumption, operating times and specific requirements related to categories of buildings.

Two main categories of buildings that can be lit up have been identified (each of which is divided into sub-categories, established according to certain criteria):

  • Noteworthy buildings and noteworthy groups of buildings that are part of the larger urban landscape
  • Buildings located in areas that are busy at night

Outside these two categories of buildings, any request to light up a building will be subject to case-by-case examination, to determine the relevance of the project for the Principality's night-time image.

For further information, download:

(Brochure with lighting advice - French only)

(Building Lighting Charter - French only)

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Determining the building category

To light up a building, you must determine which category and subcategory defined by the Download file Charte de mise en lumière des bâtiments Charte de mise en lumière des bâtiments l(Building Lighting Charter - French only) the building falls within.

Lighting must comply with the general and specific requirements of this category. In all cases, a prior request must be made to the Department of Forward Studies, Urban Planning and Mobility.

2

Collating the documents

For any request to light up a building, you must provide:

  • The address and location of the building concerned
  • A description of the lighting concept
  • Computer graphics and/or graphic representation of the desired result
  • A list and technical data sheets relating to the lighting equipment envisaged
  • A layout plan of all outdoor devices
  • Power requirements for the installation
  • The type of power supply and how the lighting will be managed
  • Expected operating hours

3

Submitting the application

The application file must be submitted to the Department of Forward Studies, Urban Planning and Mobility by post or email.

After consideration, the applicant will be notified of the decision.

Last update: 18/09/2018

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