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New roads and street works act 1991
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There are outstanding changes not yet made by the andrijarudic.com editorial team to New Roads and Street Works Act Those changes will be listed. There are outstanding changes not yet made by the andrijarudic.com editorial team to New Roads and Street Works Act Any changes that have already. 1 Oct The New Roads and Street Works Act (NRSWA), supported by relevant Regulations and Codes of Practice, provides a legislative framework for street works by undertakers (including utility companies) and works for road purposes – to the extent that these must be co-ordinated by street authorities.
1 Oct The New Roads and Street Works Act (hereinafter referred to as 'the Act') gives undertakers, including the holders of permissions under section , responsibility, under section , for signing, lighting and guarding and, under section , for reinstating the street to the prescribed requirements on. 1 Apr The person granted a Street Works Licence becomes an Undertaker for the purposes of the New Roads and Street Works Act , and therefore has the duties and responsibilities imposed by the Act and associated Secondary Legislation and Codes of Practice. 7 Oct Under the New Roads & Street Works Act (NRSWA) Highways England is the Highways Authority for the strategic road network.
N. Road opening notification. New Roads and Street Works Act Notice of Works. (Use this form to apply for permission to construct a Vehicle Crossing). The objective of this short course is to provide an understanding of the content and application of the New Roads and Street Works Act to the management . New Roads & Street Works Act Notes for guidance for persons, developers & contractors wishing to open the Highway. There are some quite complex. Guidance Notes for Licensee. January [Basimi]. 1. PART III - NEW ROADS AND STREET WORKS ACT SECTION 50 - STREET WORKS LICENCE. 3 Apr Anyone (other than a statutory undertaker) who wishes to place or maintain apparatus in a public street must be in possession of a current.