South Gloucestershire Permit Scheme for Road Works and Street Works

Part 3 of the Traffic Management Act 2004 and The Traffic Management Permit Scheme (England) Regulations 2007 gives local authorities powers to design and operate a permit scheme to improve the management of works in the street undertaken by highway authorities and utilities companies. South Gloucestershire Council proposes to exercise these powers to introduce a system of permits for street works and road works.

 

In simple terms, the Permit Scheme will require permission to be obtained for most road and street works, whether they are undertaken by or on behalf of utility companies or highway authorities themselves.

 

The consultation is primarily aimed at highway works promoter, utility companies and their regulators but responses are welcomed from anyone with an interest. If you have any suggestions of others who may wish to be involved in the consultation process please let us know.

 

Once this consultation process is complete and the responses collated and taken into account, any changes made in the light of the consultation will be considered within one month after the consultation closes which is 6 weeks from today 5th July 2019. The Permit Scheme will then be put into place for 1st October 2019.

 

How to have your say

 

You can email streetworks@southglos.gov.uk  

If you wish for further clarification then please contact Mr Paul Macnamara – Permit Project Manager (01454 867829).

 

Timeline

  • Opened
    24 May 2019 at 08:00
  • Closes
    5 Jul 2019 at 23:59

Details

Consultation Topic
  • Local economy & business issues
  • Local highways and transportation projects
  • Planning policy & strategy
  • Transportation planning & policy
Geographical area
  • Almondsbury
  • Bitton
  • Boyd Valley
  • Bradley Stoke Central and Stoke Lodge
  • Bradley Stoke North
  • Bradley Stoke South
  • Charfield
  • Chipping Sodbury
  • Cotswold Edge
  • Dodington
  • Downend
  • Emersons Green
  • Filton
  • Frampton Cotterell
  • Frenchay and Stoke Park
  • Hanham
  • Kings Chase
  • Ladden Brook
  • Longwell Green
  • Oldland Common
  • Parkwall
  • Patchway
  • Pilning and Severn Beach
  • Rodway
  • Severn
  • Siston
  • Staple Hill
  • Stoke Gifford
  • Thornbury North
  • Thornbury South and Alveston
  • Westerleigh
  • Winterbourne
  • Woodstock
  • Yate Central
  • Yate North
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Target Audience
  • All residents