Traffic Management Act 2004
2004 Chapter 18 - continued

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SCHEDULE 5
 
Section 64
  SCHEDULE 22A TO THE HIGHWAYS ACT 1980
             
 
 
 

 
 
 
"SCHEDULE 22A
 
Section 314A
FIXED PENALTY OFFENCES UNDER PART 9
 
 
Offence
 
Brief description
 
An offence under section 139(3)
 
Deposit of builder's skip on highway without permission of highway authority.
 
An offence under section 139(4)
 
Failure of owner of skip to ensure skip properly lit and marked and removed as soon as practicable once filled or to ensure conditions of permission complied with.
 
An offence created by regulations made under section 140A, consisting of a failure to give a notice
 
Failure to give a notice required by regulations under s.140A (charge for occupation of the highway by builder's skip for unreasonable period).
 
An offence created by regulations made under section 140B, consisting of a failure to give a notice
 
Failure to give a notice required by regulations under s.140B (charge determined by reference to duration of occupation of the highway by builder's skip).
 
An offence under section 169(5)
 
Offences relating to the erection or retention of scaffolding etc. which obstructs the highway.
 
An offence under section 170(1)
 
Mixing or depositing mortar etc. on highway.
 
An offence under section 171(6)
 
Offences relating to the deposit of materials on highway or the making of temporary excavations in it.
 
An offence created by regulations made under section 171A, consisting of a failure to give a notice
 
Failure to give a notice required by regulations under s.171A (charge for occupation of the highway by scaffolding etc. for unreasonable period).
 
An offence created by regulations made under section 171B, consisting of a failure to give a notice
 
Failure to give a notice required by regulations under s.171B (charge determined by reference to duration of occupation of the highway by scaffolding etc.)."
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