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High Speed Rail (London - West Midlands) Act 2017

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Issue of emergency permits

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3(1)This paragraph applies where a person proposes to undertake a journey before the end of the next complete eight working days, being a journey—

(a)proposed to be undertaken in connection with the carrying out of authorised works, and

(b)for which a permit under a lorry ban order is required if the prohibition, restriction or requirement is not to be breached.

(2)The person may apply for a permit under the lorry ban order for the journey by giving the details mentioned in sub-paragraph (3), by telephone or by electronic means, to the authority responsible for dealing with permits under the order.

(3)The details referred to above are—

(a)the identity of the applicant,

(b)how the applicant may be contacted by telephone or by electronic means,

(c)the registration number of the vehicle to which the application relates,

(d)the authorised works in connection with which the journey is to be undertaken,

(e)whether any approved arrangements are relevant to the application and, if so, what they are,

(f)the date when the journey is proposed to be undertaken,

(g)in the case of an order made otherwise than by the Secretary of State or a strategic highways company, whether it is proposed to stop in the relevant area for delivery or collection purposes and, if so, the place or places and time or times at which it is proposed to do so, and

(h)in the case of an order made by the Secretary of State or a strategic highways company, such details of the place or places and time or times at which it is proposed to stop for delivery or collection purposes as may be set out in conditions attaching to consent given under paragraph 1(4).

(4)In sub-paragraph (3)(g) “relevant area” means—

(a)Greater London, if the area, zone, place or road specified in the order is in Greater London, and

(b)the area of the traffic authority, in any other case.

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