What is the street Works Act?

What is the street Works Act?

“An Act to enact uniform provisions for regulating relations as to apparatus in streets between authorities, bodies and persons having statutory powers to place and deal with apparatus therein, and those having the control or management of streets and others concerned in the exercise of such powers; to render such …

Do I need a street works permit?

Permits are required for most work in the road or pavement that takes place on any publicly maintainable highways. Permissible works include such things as: street works – work on plant and apparatus in the street by undertakers.

What is a section 58 notice?

It is a statutory requirement under section 58 of the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991 to give notice to utility companies of roads which the council propose to resurface. This is so that the road / pavement can be protected from planned works for up to five years.

What is a C4 notice?

C4) Detailed Estimates/Design – final design submitted, timescale and detailed cost estimates. C5) Scheme Commencement – notify undertakers. C6) Issue of Main Orders – issue work orders. C7) Construction – monitor works, possible changes to work orders.

What is a C3 estimate?

C3 budget estimate Refers to draft scheme and budget estimates as defined in subsection C3 of Appendix C of the CoP. C4 detailed estimate Refers to final scheme and detailed estimates as defined in subsection C4 of Appendix C of the CoP. OO Overseeing Organisation (under the NRSWA the OO means the highway authority).

What is a section 74 notice?

Section 74 was introduced in 2001 alongside EToN 2. Charges were introduced for unreasonably prolonged works with an initial charge of between £100 and £2500 per working day of overrun. Furthermore, the new legislation gave Highway Authorities the ability to assess and challenge durations on works notices via EToN.

What is a section 50 notice?

Any person or organisation who wishes to carry out works on a highway, will need to apply for a street works licence (Section 50 Licence). This requirement does not apply to anyone acting under a statutory right.

What is a Section 74?

10.2 Section 74 – charges for unreasonably prolonged occupation of the. highway. Section 74 of NRSWA allows highway authorities to charge undertakers if street works are unreasonably prolonged (ie take longer than previously agreed).

Who is responsible for roadworks?

The Roadworks Charter is a collaboration between TfL and London’s biggest utility companies.

What is a section 278 agreement?

A section 278 agreement (or s278) is a section of the Highways Act 1980 that allows developers to enter into a legal agreement with the council (in our capacity as the Highway Authority) to make permanent alterations or improvements to a public highway, as part of a planning approval.

What is a C3 notice?

C3 Notification of any change in the particulars of directors required to be delivered to the Registrar.