The local motorway authority reviews and approves the agreements and pays them reasonable fees. A pendulum sum may also be required to allow the motorway authority to maintain the work after completion, usually for a fixed period of between 10 and 25 years. Since section 184 does not provide for the formal conclusion of agreements between a developer and a highway authority, an agreement should take into account the following subsections: Section 184 of the Highway Act 1980 provides that a developer must enter into an agreement on the construction or modification of access or access routes to the site. It specifically concerns accesses for which the work carried out is sufficient to allow development or where the work must be carried out before the main works can be carried out in accordance with an agreement under Section 38 (acceptance of motorways) or an agreement under Section 278 (which allows a developer to carry out work on a public road). Subsection 3 provides that the Authority shall notify the owner or user of land to be developed in accordance with a building permit of a communication in which it indicates that it proposes to carry out work to construct or modify a junction by a bridge or edge as access for mechanically propelled vehicles to the public highway or from the public highway; to serve development. Section 184 – which falls under Part IX of the Highways Act 1980, legal and unlawful interference in motorways and roads – does not provide for the formal conclusion of agreements between a developer and the motorway authority. Therefore, an agreement under this section is formulated taking into account the following points:- An agreement is required when a developer plans to build or modify a site access or access to a public road that has a higher specification than something simple like a fallen trail or a marginal crossing. Agreement under Section 38 – Acceptance of Motorways, clauses may be included in an agreement under Section 184 if it is desirable that the motorway contense both the country planned by the developer as a public road and access works, such as for example. B providing visibility. Subsection 7 provides that the Authority shall recover from the owner or user all reasonable costs in which it entails to carry out such work.
However, subsection 9 provides that any person mentioned in a contract notice shall propose to carry out the work himself in accordance with the plans approved by the Authority, but if he does not respond to his offer, reasonable fees shall be paid to the local motorway authority for the management of the agreement. Legal services, technical approval, location checks and issuance of certificates. The developer is usually required to deposit a covered bond or cash with the motorway authority up to 150% of the value of the motorway works. In some cases, the scope of an agreement under Section 184 may be extended to additional smaller-scale work, for example.B. the transformation of a short length of sidewalk on both sides of a new access, the provision of public lighting for access or the repositioning of a gutter. . . .