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To place building materials and/or to make an excavation on any part of the highway a licence must be obtained from the Council
Any person or organisation wishing to excavate in the public highway not being a statutory undertaker must obtain a licence under Section 50 of the New Roads and Streetworks Act 1991
To place a skip on the highway, without first applying for and being granted a licence, is an offence under The Highways Act 1980 and may result in prosecution
Additional funding provided by the Department for Transport
Road signs are installed to regulate, advise and give directional information to the road user.
These guidance notes refer to instances where an owner/occupier or contractor of land or property adjacent to a highway deposits soil, mud or other debris upon a highway. The definition of a public highway includes footways, footpaths and adjacent verges, bridleways as well as the road itself whether adopted or not.
Doncaster Council's Highway Communication Plan allows transparent and practical communication to be shared with relevant stakeholders when a major scheme, works or event impacts the highway network. The information in Sections 1 to 6 outline the purpose of the plan, key stakeholders to consider and how information can be shared. Major schemes and works should use the format set out in Appendix 1 for their communication plans. Please download Appendix 1 and populate it with scheme-specific information.
The A18 Thorne Road Scheme is a major road improvement scheme, which will benefit people travelling from the east of the borough towards Doncaster town centre.
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Doncaster Council deliver a wide range of work to highway assets, both planned and reactive. For a number of these, target service levels and performance figures are established.