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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.

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NRSWA Section 58 & 58A Restrictions (Advice Note No 2010 02)

(Applicable to England only) Planned street works and works for road purposes may be carried out following substantial road or street works either: (a) after any relevant statutory S58 or S58A restriction period has ended; or (b) within the S58 restriction period, where allowed under Clauses 6.5 (1), (2) & (3) of the 3rd Edition of the Code of Practice for Street Works and Works for Road Purposes and Related Matters.

Diversionary Works Advice Note No. 2010/1 (Advice Note No 2010 01)

Revision of the Diversionary Works Code of Practice, ‘Measures necessary where Apparatus is affected by Major Works (Diversionary Works)’, published in 1992, has been “on hold” for some time awaiting a decision by the Department for Transport on whether the current legal ruling on the issue of charging for estimates reflects the original intention of the legislation. Nevertheless, in recent years, the Diversionary Works Working Group (DWWG) has been convened to review issues of concern to practitioners and to disseminate advice so that improvements in understanding and working practices can be achieved.

Fixed Penalty Notices (Advice Note No 2009 08)

The scope of this guidance note is limited to explaining a number of principles that should be considered in the application of the Fixed Penalty Notices scheme.

Special Engineering Difficulty Section 63 and Schedule 4 (Advice Note No 2009 07)

Guidance for dealing with streets with special engineering difficulty - Whenever a utility company or highway authority (or any other body) is working in a street, work must be carried out with due care.

Charging for Approval for the Use of Multiway Portable Signals (Advice Note No 2009 09)

Utilities have the power to carry out work on apparatus in streets and are statutory Undertakers however Undertakers are under a duty to put in place safety measures

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.