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Operation and effectiveness of the Wildlife and CountrysideAct

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Environment Committee.

Operation and effectiveness of the Wildlife and CountrysideAct

minutes of evidence, Wednesday 5 December 1984

by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Environment Committee.

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMinistry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
Series[H.C.] -- 6-vii
ContributionsGreat Britain. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14919698M
ISBN 10010270385X

The purpose of this Inspection Manual is to provide guidance on the inspection process for all staff involved in the management of highway structures. Anenvironmental report assessing the environmental impact of the re-opening of the canal wascompleted in Panoramic map across Hatherton Canal and LichfieldCanal with features identified. There are few significant adverse impacts, andproviding mitigation measures should be relatively straightforward, often using narrow strips of land whichwill be islanded by the proposed canal and will have to be acquired to facilitate the restoration.

RushallOgley J. The Manual is divided into two separate but complementary Volumes. Site clearance will generally be straightforward but will include much removal of brush and semimaturetrees, and the windows for undertaking this work will be constrained by regulationsregarding nesting birds. Flood risk has been considered and is limited to a short section at the east end of the scheme where theproposed canal is situated just above and adjacent to the floodplain of Darnford Brook.

Using a specially designedcomputer model, the Environment Agency and the Company, looked at five different ways ofachieving a reduction in water abstraction from the Lichfield aquifer. An assessment of the socio-economic benefits arising from the restoration of the canal has been made. Virtually all of the work involved will be required as part of the Phase2 restoration, so little effort would be wasted, and the prospect of the Trust managing an area ofwater space after so many years of slowly accumulating land and building structures to keep theline intact is an attractive one. RushallOgley J.


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Operation and effectiveness of the Wildlife and CountrysideAct by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Environment Committee. Download PDF Ebook

Lichfield District Council, However, because of the way in whichwater levels in aquifers react, the full benefit of this reduction may not be seen until Atkins rail team have given advice as to likely Network Rail requirements for thecrossing under the Lichfield — Birmingham railway, and suitable techniques which will enable thecanal to be taken under the railway whilst minimising the impact on railway operations.

Consideration has been given to water supply, both on completion of the whole scheme, and in the interimperiod whilst the various proposed restoration phases are constructed.

Inspection Manual for Highway Structures

Amendments to the lockage arrangements have been made where possible to introduceadditional embanked sections that will reduce the amount of material to be disposed of to off-sitetips and therefore reduce construction Operation and effectiveness of the Wildlife and CountrysideAct book.

The overall purpose of inspection, testing and monitoring is to check that highway structures are Safe for Use and Fit for Purpose and to provide the data required to support effective maintenance management and planning. As identified above theanticipated peak daily feed required at Ogley Junction in the summer is estimated to be around7.

This is unlikely to be a practical Operation and effectiveness of the Wildlife and CountrysideAct book, given that boatnumbers will probably be relatively few.

Restoration of the canal would provide an important link between the East Midlands canals and canals in theBlack Country and towards South West England.

This can be found in sections 2. The Manual is divided into two separate but complementary Volumes. The surveyed levels were then used to assist in establishing suitable lock locations and proposedcanal pound levels. Flood risk has been considered and is limited to a short section at the east end of the scheme where theproposed canal is situated just above and adjacent to the floodplain of Darnford Brook.

Fundamental to effective management is an inspection regime that provides timely, accurate and appropriately detailed information on asset condition and performance. Planning This excludes jobcreation and secondary supply benefits during the construction phase, and maintenance and operation costsand benefits are assumed to cancel each other out.

In particular, JohnHorton and Mike Smith have undertaken much early workdeveloping solutions which this study validates and onwhich, in part, it is based. Thanks are due to Staffordshire Highways for its ongoingco-operation with the Trust, particularly with regard to theLichfield Southern Bypass proposals and its promptprovision of design details for use in the study.

These could both be completed within months of beingfunded and would serve to gain public notice and support for the Phase 1 and Phase 2 restorationprojects as a whole. The canal was abandoned in and the alignment was sold off by thethen navigation authority, the British Transport Commission.

It isrecommended that, whilst ensuring that there is sufficient funding available to take advantage of synergieswith the construction of the Lichfield Southern Bypass, the Trust should undertake the advanced studies andthen commence the restoration in earnest by commissioning outline design of phase 1, and putting togethera funding package based on the outline design report and cost plan.

Salford J. The schemewill be beneficial in heritage terms, bringing back into use many historic structures which currently standwithout a use, or are buried, and, unlike many canal restoration schemes, very few historic structures willhave to be demolished in order to construct the canal to modern standards.

The full results have been supplied to theTrust in digital format. On the basis of past experience it is assumed that on an averagesummer day around 0. An assessment of the socio-economic benefits arising from the restoration of the canal has been made.

Birchills J. The decision not to rely entirely on feed from Ogley Junction has been made for the followingreasons:It would make a phased approach to restoration starting at the Lichfield end of the canalunfeasible because there would be no water supply until the end of the work.

No additional feed water is required because there is no difference in thenumber of boat movements above and below this feeder;At Ogley Junction, sufficient water to cover residual losses as far as the next water source Pipehill Brook and enough feed water to cover all lockages between the Junction and thenext water source — i.

It would be better toprogress the restoration from bottom Huddlesford Junction to top Ogley Junction.Download the full Feasibility Study Report - Lichfield and Hatherton.

Access gantries - defined as moveable structures providing access to a highway asset, typically for bridge inspection and maintenance. All access gantries should be subject to inspections in accordance with the Institution of Structural Engineers publication The Operation and Maintenance of Bridge Access Gantries and Runways [7].

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Access gantries - defined as moveable structures providing access to a highway asset, typically for bridge inspection and maintenance. All access gantries should be subject to inspections in accordance with the Institution of Structural Engineers publication The Operation and Maintenance of Bridge Access Gantries and Runways [7].Author: Hamzah Nordin.NOTICE OF MEETING Meeting Executive Member for Environment and Transport Decision Day Date and Time Pdf 23rd April, at pm Place Chute Room, EII Court South, The Castle, Winchester Enquiries to [email protected] John Coughlan CBE Chief Executive The Castle, Winchester SO23 8UJ FILMING AND BROADCAST NOTIFICATION.Access gantries - defined as moveable structures providing access to a highway asset, typically for bridge inspection and maintenance.

All access gantries should be subject to inspections in accordance with the Institution of Structural Engineers publication The Operation and Maintenance of Bridge Access Gantries and Runways [7].Access gantries ebook defined as moveable structures providing access to a highway asset, typically for bridge inspection and maintenance.

All access gantries should be subject to inspections in accordance with the Institution of Structural Engineers publication The Operation and Maintenance of Bridge Access Gantries and Runways [7].