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Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Tue 10-Sep-13 22:44:35
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Electronic Communications Code Powers


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Do these kick in as soon as a road is adopted by the council and hence becomes public land or is there a transitional period?
Standard User yarwell
(sensei) Thu 12-Sep-13 04:15:01
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once it's a street it's a public highway and it's fair game I would think. There may be notice period requirements ahead of doing the work.

Similarly there's a notice period for adoption to allow for objections.

Two months combined at the outside ?

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Standard User partial
(member) Fri 13-Sep-13 21:34:59
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New Road and Street Works Act Section 58. You need to investigate whether an embargo has been specified under the adoption.


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Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Fri 13-Sep-13 21:46:14
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In reply to a post by partial:
New Road and Street Works Act Section 58. You need to investigate whether an embargo has been specified under the adoption.


Thanks Partial. I checked earlier today and confirmed that the road has been under a section 58 since 30th June, 3 year duration.

Fortunately it didn't affect works as in the end they didn't require any dig.
Standard User majika2007
(member) Sat 14-Sep-13 12:38:04
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How does one check if a road/street is covered under the New Road and Street Works Act Section 58
County Council planning office perhaps - maybe online somewhere ??

I just read up and found out about the Electronic Comm. Code on the OFCOM website

Edited by majika2007 (Sat 14-Sep-13 12:42:18)

Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Sat 14-Sep-13 22:34:13
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Your local authority will have a list of the streets under a Section 58.
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