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The Infrastructure Planning (Model Provisions) (England and Wales) Order 2009

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Model provisions

  4. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      General model provisions

      1. 1.Interpretation

      2. 2.Development consent etc. granted by the Order

      3. 3.Maintenance of authorised project

      4. 4.Benefit of Order

      5. 5.Consent to transfer benefit of Order

      6. 6.Application and modification of legislative provisions

      7. 7.Defence to proceedings in respect of statutory nuisance

      8. 8.Street works

      9. 9.Stopping up of streets

      10. 10.Public rights of way

      11. 11.Temporary stopping up of streets

      12. 12.Access to works

      13. 13.Agreements with street authorities

      14. 14.Discharge of water

      15. 15.Protective work to buildings

      16. 16.Authority to survey and investigate the land

      17. 17.Removal of human remains

      18. 18.Compulsory acquisition of land

      19. 19.Compulsory acquisition of land – incorporation of the mineral code

      20. 20.Time limit for exercise of authority to acquire land compulsorily

      21. 21.Compulsory acquisition of rights

      22. 22.Private rights of way

      23. 23.Application of the Compulsory Purchase (Vesting Declarations) Act 1981

      24. 24.Acquisition of subsoil only

      25. 25.Acquisition of land limited to subsoil lying more than 9 metres beneath surface

      26. 26.Acquisition of part of certain properties

      27. 27.Rights under or over streets

      28. 28.Temporary use of land for carrying out the authorised project

      29. 29.Temporary use of land for maintaining authorised project

      30. 30.Special category land

      31. 31.Statutory undertakers

      32. 32.Apparatus and rights of statutory undertakers in stopped-up streets

      33. 33.Recovery of costs of new connections

      34. 34.Railway and navigation undertakings

      35. 35.Application of landlord and tenant law

      36. 36.Operational land for purposes of the 1990 Act

      37. 37.Deemed consent under section 34 of the Coast Protection Act 1949

      38. 38.Deemed licence under Part 2 of the Food and Environment Protection Act 1985

      39. 39.Felling or lopping of trees

      40. 40.Trees subject to tree preservation orders

      41. 41.Certification of plans etc

      42. 42.Arbitration

      43. Schedule A

        1. Part 1

        2. Part 2

      44. Schedule B

      45. Schedule C

        1. Part 1

        2. Part 2

      46. Schedule D

      47. Schedule E

      48. Schedule F

      49. Schedule G

      50. Schedule H

      51. Schedule I

      52. Schedule J

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Model provisions for railways

      1. Preliminary

        1. 1.Interpretation

        2. 2.Incorporation of the Railway Clauses Acts

        3. 3.Application and modification of legislative provisions

      2. Principal powers

        1. 4.Development consent etc. granted by the Order

        2. 5.Maintenance of authorised project

        3. 6.Limits of Deviation

        4. 7.Benefit of Order

        5. 8.Consent to transfer benefit of Order

      3. Streets

        1. 9.Street works

        2. 10.Construction and maintenance of new or altered streets

        3. 11.Stopping up of streets

        4. 12.Application of the 1991 Act

        5. 13.Public rights of way

        6. 14.Temporary stopping up of streets

        7. 15.Access to works

        8. 16.Agreements with street authorities

        9. 17.Construction of bridges and tunnels

        10. 18.Level Crossings

        11. 19.Railway and navigation undertakings

      4. Supplemental powers

        1. 20.Discharge of water

        2. 21.Protective work to buildings

        3. 22.Authority to survey and investigate the land

        4. 23.Removal of human remains

      5. Powers of acquisition

        1. 24.Compulsory acquisition of land

        2. 25.Compulsory acquisition of land – incorporation of the mineral code

        3. 26.Time limit for exercise of authority to acquire land compulsorily

        4. 27.Compulsory acquisition of rights

        5. 28.Private rights of way

        6. 29.Application of the Compulsory Purchase (Vesting Declarations) Act 1981

        7. 30.Acquisition of subsoil only

        8. 31.Acquisition of land limited to subsoil lying more than 9 metres beneath surface

        9. 32.Acquisition of part of certain properties

        10. 33.Application of the Land Compensation Act 1973

        11. 34.Rights under or over streets

        12. 35.Temporary use of land for carrying out the authorised project

        13. 36.Temporary use of land for maintaining authorised project

        14. 37.Special category land

        15. 38.Statutory undertakers

        16. 39.Apparatus and rights of statutory undertakers in stopped up streets

        17. 40.Recovery of costs of new connections

      6. Operations

        1. 41.Operation and use of railways

        2. 42.Fares

        3. 43.Deemed consent under section 34 of the Coast Protection Act 1949

        4. 44.Deemed licence under Part 2 of the Food and Environment Protection Act 1985

        5. 45.Felling or lopping of trees

        6. 46.Trees subject to tree preservation orders

      7. Miscellaneous and general

        1. 47.Application of landlord and tenant law

        2. 48.Operational land for purposes of the 1990 Act

        3. 49.Defence to proceedings in respect of statutory nuisance

        4. 50.Protections of Interests

        5. 51.Certification of plans etc

        6. 52.Arbitration

      8. Schedule A

        1. Part 1

        2. Part 2

      9. Schedule B

      10. Schedule C

        1. Part 1

        2. Part 2

      11. Schedule D

      12. Schedule E

      13. Schedule F

      14. Schedule G

      15. Schedule H

      16. Schedule I

      17. Schedule J

      18. Schedule K

      19. Schedule L

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Model provisions for harbours

      1. Preliminary

        1. 1.Interpretation

        2. 2.Incorporation of the Harbours, Docks and Piers Clauses Act 1847

      2. Principal powers

        1. 3.Development consent etc. granted by the Order

        2. 4.Period for completion of work

        3. 5.Limits of harbour

        4. 6.Maintenance of authorised project

        5. 7.Subsidiary works

        6. 8.Benefit of Order

        7. 9.Consent to transfer benefit of Order

      3. Streets

        1. 10.Street works

        2. 11.Stopping up of streets

        3. 12.Temporary stopping up of streets

        4. 13.Access to works

        5. 14.Agreements with street authorities

        6. 15.Public rights of way

      4. Supplemental powers

        1. 16.Discharge of water

        2. 17.Protective work to buildings

        3. 18.Authority to survey and investigate the land

        4. 19.Removal of human remains

        5. 20.Right to dredge

        6. 21.Tidal works not to be executed without approval of Secretary of State

        7. 22.Abatement of works abandoned or decayed

        8. 23.Survey of tidal works

        9. 24.Lights on tidal works etc. during construction

        10. 25.Provision against danger to navigation

        11. 26.Permanent lights on tidal works

        12. 27.Rights to lease etc.

      5. Powers of acquisition

        1. 28.Compulsory acquisition of land

        2. 29.Compulsory acquisition of land – incorporation of the mineral code

        3. 30.Time limit for exercise of authority to acquire land compulsorily

        4. 31.Compulsory acquisition of rights

        5. 32.Private rights of way

        6. 33.Application of the Compulsory Purchase (Vesting Declarations) Act 1981

        7. 34.Acquisition of subsoil only

        8. 35.Acquisition of land limited to subsoil lying more than 9 metres beneath surface

        9. 36.Acquisition of part of certain properties

        10. 37.Rights under or over streets

        11. 38.Temporary use of land for carrying out the authorised project

        12. 39.Temporary use of land for maintaining authorised project

        13. 40.Special category land

        14. 41.Statutory undertakers

        15. 42.Apparatus and rights of statutory undertakers in stopped up streets

        16. 43.Recovery of costs of new connections

      6. Miscellaneous and general

        1. 44.Deemed consent under section 34 of the Coast Protection Act 1949

        2. 45.Deemed licence under Part 2 of the Food and Environment Protection Act 1985

        3. 46.Felling or lopping of trees

        4. 47.Trees subject to tree preservation orders

        5. 48.Railway and navigation undertakings

        6. 49.Application of landlord and tenant law

        7. 50.Operational land for purposes of the 1990 Act

        8. 51.Defence to proceedings in respect of statutory nuisance

        9. 52.Protection of interests

        10. 53.Saving for Trinity House

        11. 54.Disapplication of regulation 60 of the Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) Regulations 1994

        12. 55.Planning, etc. jurisdiction

        13. 56.Certification of plans etc

        14. 57.Arbitration

      7. Schedule A

        1. Part 1

        2. Part 2

      8. Schedule B

      9. Schedule C

        1. Part 1

        2. Part 2

      10. Schedule D

      11. Schedule E

      12. Schedule F

      13. Schedule G

      14. Schedule H

      15. Schedule I

      16. Schedule J

      17. Schedule K

      18. Schedule L

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      Model provisions in respect of requirements

      1. 1.Interpretation

      2. 2.Time limits

      3. 3.Stages of authorised development

      4. 4.Detailed design approval

      5. 5.No [stage of the] authorised development shall commence until details...

      6. 6.The authorised development must be carried out in accordance with...

      7. 7.Provision of landscaping

      8. 8.Implementation and maintenance of landscaping

      9. 9.Trees

      10. 10.Highway accesses

      11. 11.Public rights of way

      12. 12.Fencing – special roads

      13. 13.Fencing and other means of enclosure

      14. 14.Surface water drainage

      15. 15.Contaminated land and groundwater

      16. 16.Archaeology

      17. 17.Ecological management plan

      18. 18.Code of construction practice

      19. 19.(1) No [stage of the] authorised development shall commence until...

      20. 20.Design of roads

      21. 21.External lighting

      22. 22.Construction traffic

      23. 23.Control of noise during construction and maintenance

      24. 24.Construction hours

      25. 25.Control of noise during operational phase

      26. 26.Control of odour emissions

      27. 27.Control of artificial light emissions

      28. 28.Control of dust emissions

      29. 29.Control of smoke emissions

      30. 30.Control of steam emissions

      31. 31.Control of insects

      32. 32.Accumulations and deposits

      33. 33.Travel plan

      34. 34.European protected species

      35. 35.Restoration of land used temporarily for construction

      36. 36.Requirement for written approval

      37. 37.Amendments to approved details

      38. 38.Requirement for consent of Civil Aviation Authority and Ministry of Defence

  5. Explanatory Note

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