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Government response to consultation on the future of lane rental. Moving Britain ahead

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2018

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Abstract

Summarises the responses received and presents the government response to the 2017 consultation offering possible solutions to reduce congestion caused during street and road works. Highlighting 2 existing schemes in London and Kent due to end in March 2019, unless regulations are changed. 4 options were suggested: no new schemes are permitted (do nothing option), removing the sunset clause and keeping the lane rental regime as it is for London and Kent (option 1), extend the lane rental scheme to other local authorities, with certain conditions to be met (option 2) and the final option 3 would be to use permit schemes to meet lane rental objectives. The government will proceed with option 2 and allow rental schemes to be extended across the country in a bid to reduce congestion. The sunset clause will also be removed allowing the 2 schemes in London and Kent to continue (option 1).

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Supersedes Road works: the future of lane rental. Moving Britain ahead (DfT, 2017).

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Department for Transport

The Department for Transport is a UK Government department that provides leadership across the transport sector to achieve its objectives, working with regional, local and private sector partners to deliver many of the services. These activities were formerly carried out by the Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions.

Great Minster House
76 Marsham Street
London
SW1P 4DR
UK

Website: www.dft.gov.uk/
Tel: 020 7944 8300

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