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Consultation paper issued by the Department for Transport on amending the Traffic management act 2004 - revising the permit scheme approval process (for local highway authorities in England)
Seeks views on proposals to remove the current need for the Secretary for State to approve local authority applications to run 'permit schemes', which enable authorities to better manage street works.
Consultation closed on 25 April 2012. Related to the following: Booklet of supporting documents to the Department for Transport's consultation on amending the Traffic management act 2004 - revising the permit scheme approval process (for local highway authorities in England) (DFT, 2012); and Permit schemes - summary of consultation responses (DFT, 2013). This document has been archived by its original publisher.
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