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Street works (Northern Ireland) order 1995. Code of practice for recording of underground apparatus in streets

Street works (Northern Ireland) order 1995. Code of practice for recording of underground apparatus in streets

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Article 39 of the Street Works (Northern Ireland) Order 1995 requires that undertakers provide (except in such cases as may be prescribed), keep up to date and make available for inspection, records of every item of apparatus belonging to them in the street as soon as reasonably practicable after placing it in the street or altering its position or locating it in the course of executing any other works. This Code of Practice aims to enhance the quality of record keeping of underground apparatus installed within the street and encourage the making available of information relating to such apparatus.


Issued on behalf of the Northern Ireland Road Authority and Utilities Committee.




Publisher History

The Northern Ireland Road Authority and Utilities Committee is the single road authority for Northern Ireland, which is an agency within the Department for Regional Development.



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