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RAUC Scotland Working Group - Reinstatement Quality Plans

This group is developing a code of practice to support the introduction of the reinstatement quality plans in Scotland

Transport (Scotland) Act 2019



RAUC Scotland Working Group - Reinstatement Quality Plans

Our Inspections Works Groups is co chaired with one representative from SWUK and one from JAGUK

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CEO JAG(UK)

David Capon

CEO JAG(UK)
David Capon

David Capon is the JAG(UK) Manager and has worked extensively with the JAG(UK) community in delivering improved communications, management of the network and local knowledge and expertise. Most notably, Dave has played a central role in the delivering of the permit legislation, guidance and operational advice. He has made a significant contribution to the finalisation of government sponsored Codes of Practice, regulations and impact assessments.

Dave regularly engages with the DfT, devolved Governments, Network Rail, Highways England, statutory undertakers and local authorities to deliver continuous improvement to the community. He works hard to support members authorities by: attending regular national, regional and local meetings, providing an on-line library of existing legislation, regulations, procedures and guidance for authorities and their officers, acting as an online advisory service and providing prompt guidance on emerging issues and delivering a focused approach as part of the GeoPlace/Local Government Association family.


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  • Q1 When will i have to produce a Reinstatement Quality Plan?

    Final approval for the documents will be sought in December 2021 with a soft launch of the process from April 2022 when the commissionaire will be requesting plans to help embed the process.

    It is expected that from April 2023 it will become mandatory.