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Development Management Road Opening Notice

Development Management Road Opening Notice

Development Management sits outside the Essex Permit Scheme and therefore road space needs to be booked using the Development Management Road Opening Notice Form. If you have any works being carried out on a new development  under a Section 38, Section 278 or a Works Permit using the Highways Act 1980 then you will need to process your scheme with the Project Engineer/Technician allocated to you from the Development Management Team but at some point the person undertaking the works will need to apply for your Road Opening Notice under the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991. 

It is a good idea to approach your Streetworks Co-ordinator (see below) early on in the implementation of your project to plan your works accordingly and have a realistic timescale.

Please contact the Development Management team using the following email address if you have not already done so or have any queries.

 

How to Process a Road Opening Notice

The following information is mandatory for this process

1.  What are the works you plan to carry out and how long are they expected to take? Please see the table below for timescales and notice periods required:

Minor Notice 

3 working days

Requires 3 working days notice

Standard Notice

Up to 10 days

Requires 10 working days notice

Major Works

3 months

Requires 3 months notice, followed by a 10 day notice before the start date which will have the actual start date

 

2.  Have you spoken to a Streetworks Co-ordinator? Please see the table below to find your nearest contact: 

Districts covered

Streetworks Co-ordinator

Colchester, Chelmsford, Maldon, Tendring

Glenn Sparrow

Braintree, Castlepoint, Rochford, Uttlesford 

Jenny Lawrence

Basildon, Epping Forest, Harlow

Ray White

 

3.  Have all the appropriate information/documents/drawings been submitted to a Development Management Project Engineer?  (Traffic Management Plan, Confirmation of a £10 million Public Liability Insurance, NRSWA Supervisor and Operatives Streetworks cards.)