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The consequential effect that new development proposals are likely to have on an existing highway network is an issue highway officers must deal with on a daily basis. Additional road safety and traffic management measures may need to be implemented to cater for the development proposals. Who will undertake the work in the highway? What provisions should an agreement between a developer and the highway authority contain? These are issues that need to be resolved at an early stage. The proposals for new developments may require the extinguishment of existing highways and/or the creation of additional highways. Significant landownership issues may arise, as well as unusual problems regarding the stopping up of existing highways and access to such highways as well as the adoption of newly created highways. There are many issues that those involved in such a process must be aware of and give appropriate consideration.
This course is designed to meet the needs of these involved in the development process, in developers, highway engineers, planners and lawyers and will focus on the drafting of relevant documentation highlighting such issues as planning conditions and the likely contents of planning and highway agreements. Topical issues such as commuted sums for future maintenance of highways and highway structures will be considered in detail. The topics covered will include:
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