On some permits the latest start date is shown as the same date as the estimated start date and not showing as a date after for which the start date can be slipped.
You cannot slip the start date of some permit works which is why the latest start date is shown as the same date as the estimated start date. On category 0, 1, and 2 roads andtraffic-sensitive streets, the start and end of the permit period has to match the start andfinish dates for the activity, regardless of the actual start date.
For further reference please consult page 71 section 11.2 Permit Period of the Permits Code of Practice and pages 56-57 section 8.4 Notice Validity of the NRaSWA Code of Practice.
If you don’t already have a copy then you can obtain these documents from here:http://www.dft.gov.uk/pgr/roads/network/local/streetworks/cop/pdfpermitscop.pdfProblem ref: 61167
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