Back to the Future STREET WORKS 2005 NEW RULES, NEW TECHNOLOGY, A NEW TOMORROW eighteenth

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'Back to the Future' @ STREET WORKS 2005 NEW RULES, NEW TECHNOLOGY, A NEW TOMORROW? 18 th/19 th May 2005 Cardiff International Arena

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Diversionary Works Code of Practice - Back to what's to come? History/Background. Audit of advance. Issues Identified & Addressed @ Phase 1 + Recent activities. Issues conceded or recognized for Phase 2. TMA/Legislation impacts. Future – stage 1 & stage 2. Synopsis. Dwindle Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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Review Progress (1) History of this working gathering - Initial gathering shaped ref C3/C4 concerns - Failed to concur & alluded to HAUC Sent back to frame full WP and get advance in addition to cover entire COP Reconvened & concurred full scope of issues/purposes of rule & issues Summarized Issues, split & designated to sub bunches with a HAUC concurred timetable Peter Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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Working Group recommendations conveyed for conference July 2002 Responses examined and checked on with draft report alterations finished and sent for HAUC endorsement July 2003 Included all 'change-related' input in addition to whatever other 'speedy wins' Review Progress (2) Decision Deferred pending court case Peter Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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Issues distinguished and tended to @ Phase 1 A general refresh to reflect changes in other NRSWA 1991Codes of Practice Inclusion of Standard Proforma and letters as direction to help consistency and culmination of data exchange Revision of C3/C4 handle – illumination and arrangement of documentation with late court case and claim discoveries. Diminish Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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Issues distinguished and tended to @ Phase 1 Clarification on techniques for managing works financed by non-parkway experts More accentuation on the straightforwardness of records and access of data for review purposes. It is currently a prerequisite that talks will occur taking after the arrangement of the C3 spending gauge Clarification of the dangers and obligations included when any of the stages set out in informative supplement C of the code are precluded by gatherings. Diminish Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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Recent activities Since WP reconvened in January – Reviewed all the stage 1 suggestions/changes in the light of enactment and court cases Made further little changes, additionally fortifying of aims, for clearness Some recommendations have been pulled back as didn't really adjust taking after the judgment & bid Peter Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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Issues conceded or distinguished for Phase 2 Major Transport Works & Major Bridge works Stray Currents Uncharted Apparatus Temporary Diversion of mechanical assembly Re-redirection of device – commitment risk Collapsed Structures Greenfield locales Peter Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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Issues conceded or recognized for Phase 2 Necessity for installment ahead of time Interest on late Payments Overhead Percentages Timescales for test review "Permissibility" of Section 74 charges Implications of TMA including license expense application or "suitability" Implications of Freedom of Information Act Peter Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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Issues conceded or distinguished for Phase 2 Apparatus at Shallow Depth Betterment Deferment of Renewal Private Finance Schemes Works not supported by the Authority Divert & Not occupy – who chooses & what legitimizes Editorial – record administration Peter Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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TMA Impacts/concerns TMA codes just drafts however a few concerns as of now highlighted may incorporate Permit issues when undertaking diversionary works Notice periods consistence to HA controlled ventures Costs of TMA consistence go through to tasks Peter Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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The checked Revised Code focus to be prepared for HAUC last 'close down' July 05 Hope to distribute October '05 present Jan '06 Future – Phase 1 Peter Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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Future – Phase 2 Working Party will keep on meeting taking after stage 1 report close down @ HAUC to audit stage 2 issues Target next draft archive stage 2 changes May 2006? – NOT YET AGREED Peter Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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Summary Peter Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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Main Changes (1) Revised and refreshed report Simplified where conceivable Aligned with other as of late reexamined COPs Glossary refreshed Strengthening co-operation proclamation Audit trail accentuation Transparency of records Peter Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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Main Changes (2) Cost sharing & utilization of specialists tended to. Part 9 corrections. Handles C3/C4 issues. New stream diagrams and updates. Supplement G – non-required 'best practice' letters & proforma included. Much obliged to you Peter Crouch – Ashington Associates Representing the Water Industry

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