The licensee must have Public Liability Insurance for a minimum of £10 million in respect of any one incident.
- All loading and unloading restrictions must be observed.
- Gullies and drains immediately adjacent to the kerb must be kept clear at all times.
- The licensed materials shall be protected as defined in Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signals Manual 2002. During the hours of darkness, in poor daytime visibility and bad weather, yellow lamps must be placed to indicate the area of the site.
- Alternative and safe passage for pedestrians must be maintained at all times.
- The deposit of flammable, explosive, putrescible, noxious or offensive matter is not permitted.
- Materials must remain within the specified area at all times as per plan provided. Any slippage or spillage should be cleaned.
- A licence will be issued for a maximum of 28 days. This may be renewed for a further fee, at least three working days notice should be given.
- It is the responsibility of the licensee to ensure that residents in the immediate vicinity have continuous access to their premises.
- The site must be cleared of all detritus (unused materials etc) on expiry of the licence.
- The licensee will be responsible for any damage caused to surface covers, underground services, pipes or the like.
- The Highway Authority will recover any costs in the event of any damage to the highway.
Wherever possible builder's materials should be placed on private land.