Corridor Access Request
- Any activity that will alter, or cause to be altered, the surface of any part of the road reserve, including but not limited to excavating, drilling and resurfacing.
- The placement of any pipe, duct, pole, cabinet or other structure below, on or above the road reserve.
- A new vehicle crossing and driveway works.
- Building construction (commercial).
- Scaffolding works associated with renovations or building maintenance.
- Shop front fit outs / repairs / replacements.
- Crane operators.
- Building cleaning/painting over four hours duration.
Applying for a corridor access request
- A Traffic Management Plan (TMP).
- Site or layout plan.
- ensure the plan is clear and easy to read,
- must be site specific and show the full extent of services to be installed, e.g. in the footpath outside 2 First Avenue to 107 First Avenue,
- any trees and other above ground structures, street furniture, etc., along the planned layout route.
- Evidence of consultation with other parties.
- Photos of the work site.
- For utility installations an elevation photo of the proposal is required.
Locating underground services
Works access permit (WAP)
- Efficient traffic flow is maintained on the road during the work.
- Safety is maintained on the road and footpaths.
- The footpath/driveways are kept clean - free of construction materials and equipment at all times unless prior arrangements are made with the Corridor Manager.
- Applicants must comply with the guidelines set out in these regulatory documents:
Clutha District Council’s District Plan
- Applicants must reinstate any work sites, once work has been completed, to its original state or comply with any special conditions set out by the Corridor Manager.
- All work is documented for future use.
- National Code of Practice for Utility Operators Access to Transport Corridors.
Page reviewed: 21 Jul 2019 11:11am