The HAUC(UK) App
The HAUC(UK) App, designed to give you the most up to date access to safety information when undertaking street and road works, whether in the office or on site.View App
Dispute Resolution Procedure (Advice Note No 2009 06)
This document sets out the process to be adopted if there is a dispute between local authority and a statutory undertaker. It is designed to remove the need and cost of resorting to a legal process in the first instance and ensure the amicable resolution of any issue.
Defect Handling - Guidance Notes
This Code of Practice gives practical guidance on procedures for inspections, investigations, improvement plans, fee arrangements and reports.
HAUC(UK) Agreement on Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders (Advice Note No 2009 04)
Following discussions at HAUC (UK) it was agreed that the issue regarding whether or not advance payment for Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders (TTROs) is legally acceptable be resolved to try and avoid unnecessary delays to works programmes that could affect
Suspension of Parking Bays During Street Works & Works for Road Purposes (Advice Note No 2009 02)
Works promoters may discover vehicles parked on the site of proposed works in parking bays and informal requests for their removal from vehicle owners may not be successful.
The Use of Alternative Reinstatement Materials (Advice Note No 2009 01)
Since the Specification for the Reinstatement of Openings in Highways, hereinafter referred to as the Specification, was published in 2002 the demand for recycled materials has increased due to the European Waste Directive, increases in Landfill Tax and Aggregate Tax and utility companies’ environmental policies.
Guidance Note on the European Asphalt Standards (Advice Note No 2008 03)
On the 1st of January 2008 the UK implemented the EN 13108 series of standards for asphalt. The term asphalt in this case refers to mixtures of bituminous binder and aggregate. It is a requirement for all EU states to implement these standards and withdraw all conflicting national standards.