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Leeds Supertram Act 1993 (c. xv)

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10Subsidiary works

(1)The Executive may, for the purposes of the tramway system and associated traffic control—

(a)within the limits of deviation, make, lay down, place, erect, repair, alter, renew, maintain, operate and use rails, rail fixings, plates, sleepers, channels, conduits, tubes, stations, escalators, lifts, stairs, platforms, ticket machines, shelters, public conveniences, car parks, balancing reservoirs, islands, gates, junctions, points, turntables, turnouts, crossings, temporary or permanent crossovers, passing places, pillars, posts, poles, brackets, wires, subways, manholes, shafts, engines, dynamos, substations, transformers, switchgear, cabling, signs, signalling, monitoring and communications equipment, together with subsidiary and incidental machinery, apparatus, works and appliances;

(b)in, or under any road in which it may be necessary or convenient, or in other land over which the Executive have or obtain sufficient right, lay, place, erect, maintain, renew and repair electric wires, conductors, cables, brackets, posts, tubes, substations, boxes and other electrical apparatus for connecting authorised railways and associated works with any electricity generating station or substations or for the purposes of lighting, signalling, monitoring and communication in connection with the tramway system; and

(c)alter the position of mains, sewers, cables and other apparatus.

(2)(a)For the purposes of exercising their powers under subsection (1) above in relation to any apparatus or works, or of inspecting or removing apparatus or works, the Executive may break open any road, and any sewer, drain or tunnel in or under any road, and may remove and use the soil or other materials in or under the road.

(b)In exercising their powers under this subsection the Executive shall do as little damage as may be, and for any damage done shall (in so far as the matter of compensation is not governed by the provisions of Part III of the [1961 c. 33.] Act of 1991) pay compensation to be determined, in case of dispute, in accordance with Part I of the Land Compensation Act 1961.

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