12 6.0 UMSPANNWERKE 6.1 Preferential substation tenure agreements The form of tenure to be defined depends on the nature of the substation and the intended use of the substation. Sites located on private land will be obtained through negotiations with the owner (Ausgrid may be required to pay compensation under the Land of Acquisition (Just Terms Compensation) Act 1991). The preferred form of seniority under these conditions for kiosks or fattening substations is an easement. For substations requiring easements, the size of the easement is normally determined by the size, nature and use of the substation (with allocations for foundations, walls and fences, as required), plus the space available to open doors or doors or for access to vehicles and facilities, as explained in the corresponding sections below. 6.3 Distribution stations at the customer`s premises For distribution stations located on the customer`s site to provide the essentials of this customer, the necessary rent or easement and, if applicable, a separate right of way for access to the road reserve. The area of the rental, easement and/or navigation area of the substation must be fully included in the land for which delivery was negotiated. If the client`s facility occupies more than one piece of land, the rent, easement and/or right of way of the substation must be limited to one of the lots. To the extent possible, services and rights of way for overhead contact lines or ground cables surrounding these customers should also be maintained in the same lot as the substation. If easements on adjacent land are required to supply the customer`s substation, it is the customer`s responsibility to obtain easements from the adjacent owner, see the directive on ASP/1 location links and standard MSO connection services for countervailable ASP/1 location links not exceeding 11 kV for details. NW000-S0084 UNCONTROLLED IF PRINTED Page 12 of 31 19 All panels are shown on the access line(s) corresponding to the entrance number(s) or structure(s) painted on the panel and are built as far as possible on existing Exgrid pylons, otherwise they are built on stellar stations. The panels attached to the pylons are mounted with two 40 mm long wagon screws, galvanized by 8 mm, the panel being centered at 2.6 meters above the Earth line.
The panels attached to star posts are fixed above a galvanized galvanized stte of 1800 mm with two galvanized bolts of 25 mm, galvanized of 8 mm, with nuts, the star post being safely pushed 500 mm into the ground. The cap must be screwed or screwed on top of the star station. When installing stellar stations, all necessary requests are necessary to identify all underground services in the vicinity of the work area and avoid any damage to these services. . . .