Occupy a portion of the road temporarily (scaffolding, staging or hoarding)
There are a number of conditions that will need to be met before the application will be agreed, mainly in relation to traffic management complying with Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual including the protection of the scaffolding from traffic impact.
Applications should be submitted:
- at least 10 working days before the start date for non-traffic sensitive routes
- at least 20 working days before the start date for traffic sensitive routes.
Charges fall into separate categories - traffic sensitive and non traffic sensitive. Permits cost are also based on the length of time that you require the scaffolding, staging or hoarding.
- £144.70 per month non-traffic sensitive
- £289.15 per month traffic sensitive
Traffic sensitive routes
Roads marked in blue are traffic sensitive routes.
A926 Morrison Street - Forfar Road – A926 from access to Balmuckety farm to U374 – A926 from U374 to U373 West of Ballinshoe – A926 from U373 west of Redford to west of roundabout at A90T Kirriemuir junction.
A94 from Council boundary at Nether Logie to C21 at Eassie Muir – A94 from C21 at Eassie Muir to U358 at Newton of Glamis – A94 from Newton of Glamis to C13 east of Newton of Glamis - A94 from the junction with C13 east of Newton of Glamis to the junction with U316 at Jericho – A94 from the junction with U316 at Jericho to junction with the access to Mains of Brigton – A94 from the junction with the access to Mains of Brigton to the west of roundabout at A90T Forfar bypass flyover.
A923 from council boundary to the C12 north of Muircroft – A923 from north of Muircroft to the Coupar Angus road at Hawthorn Croft access – Coupar Angus road.
A92 Dundee Council boundary Arbroath Road – A92 from the West Grange road roundabout to the U305 at Ethiebeaton roundabout - A92 Ethiebeaton roundabout to Ardownie Farm cottages underpass – A92 from Ardownie Farm cottages underpass to C1 over the bridge at Upper Victoria junction - A92 from Upper Victoria junction to Balmachie underpass – A92 from C62 Balmachie underpass to Salmondsmuir flyover – A92 Salmondsmuir junction to Preston Burn culvert.
A930 Dundee Council boundary- Ferry Road – High street – Ashludie Terrace - A930 Ashludie Terrace, Monifieth to Elinsore Bridge over Budden Burn – A930 Elinsore Bridge over Budden Burn to C610 at Cotside - A930 from C610 west junction to roundabout at west end of Barry road
Barry Road – Dundee Street – High Street – Church Street – Carlogie Road A930 from the junction with U508 Panbride Road to junction with U559 at Muirdrum.
A92 from Penston culvert to roundabout at Elliot
Dundee Road – Ladyloan – Burnside Drive – Guthrie Port – Grant Road – Fisheracre – Culloden Terrace – Montrose Road
A92 from Tarry Road Arbroath to access from A92 via Bankfoot Farm to Dickmontlaw Farm – A92 from access to Dickmontlaw Farm via Marywell to access via Tarriebank home bank to Birkhill Farm – A92 from via Tarriebank to Birkhill Farm to Tarriebank Gardens – A92 from Tarriebank Gardens to C45 south of West Newton - A92 from C45 south of West Newton House to the U486 at Station House – A92 from U486 to access from A92 to Anniston Brickworks - A92 from access to Anniston Brickworks to the U484 at Myreside – A92 from U484 at Myreside to B965 west of Inverkeilor
A92 from U486 to access from A92 to Anniston Brickworks - A92 from access to Anniston Brickworks to the U484 at Myreside – A92 from U484 at Myreside to B965 west of Inverkeilor – A92 from the junction with B965 Inverkeilor bypass to the junction with U480 north of Hawkhill – A92 from the junction with U480 north of Hawkhill to junction with U475 south of upper Dysart – A92 from the junction with U475 south of upper Dysart to the U478 at White Inn – A92 from U478 at White Inn to U476 at East Mains Dysart – A92 from to U476 at East Mains Dysart to the U476-1 southeast of Rossie Mill – A92 from the A934 at Rossie Mills to Ferryden roundabout.
Rossie Island roundabout – Rossie Island Road – Bridge Street – Basin View – Northesk Road – Charleton Road
A92 from Charleton Road to council boundary at River Northesk Bridge, Montrose
A935 Medicine Well Drive – Brechin Road – A935 from private road to Langley Park House to C39 south of Pugeston – A935 from U444 at Balwyllo to access to Langley House – A935 from U443 east of Kincraig cottage to the U444 at Balwyllo - A935 from access via Kincraig Farm to Dens Cottage to U443 East of Kincraig Cottage – A935 from Drumachlie Road in Brechin to access from A935 via Kincraig Farm to Dens Cottage
Brechin and Area
Montrose Street - Southesk Street – Trinity road – B966 from Trinity Road in Brechin to C49 north of Brechin - B966 from C49 North of Brechin to A90T Junction southern roundabout.
Junction with Southesk Street - Panmure Street – Swan Street – St David Street – St Mary Street – Castle Street – A935 from the A90T St Ann’s junction to Castle Street, Brechin.
A926 Kirriemuir Road – Brechin Road – Castle Street – Queenswell Road – Craig O’loch Road – Glamis Road 100m from traffic lights – West High Street 100m from traffic lights – Dundee Loan to junction with St James Road.
A932 East High Street from junction B9134 Prior Road to junction with B9128 North Street A932 South Street 100m from the junction with B9128 North Street.
East High Street 100mm from the junction with B9128 North street
B9128 North Street from the junction with A932 East High street.
Notes For Guidance To Applicants
Any person occupying any part of any road for building operations or otherwise without the permission of the Roads Authority commits an offence.
‘Road’ means any route (other than a waterway) over which there is a public right of passage (by whatever means) and includes the road verge or footway and any bridge (permanent or temporary) over which, or tunnel through which, the road passes, and any reference to a road includes a part thereof.
Applicants must provide details of current Public Liability Insurance with minimum indemnity cover of £5 million.
Particular attention should be given to locations where narrow footways result in scaffolding being sited within the road. The structural integrity is a matter for the scaffolding company and you must ensure this at all stages of the erection, use and dismantling, including the risk of collision by traffic.
Applications must be accompanied by a drawing detailing traffic management measures to be taken during the permit period. Measures to allow pedestrians including those with special needs, particularly with regard to mobility, to pass safely must also be detailed.
Should measures such as temporary traffic signals or road closures be considered necessary they will require to be coordinated with other planned works or with works in progress. A minimum notice period of 4 weeks may be required prior to the issue of the Permission.
Permission granted under Section 58 of the Roads (Scotland) Act 1984 does not allow the applicant to place a builder’s skip on any road. Separate application must be submitted for skips.
A charge will be paid by the applicant or owner for inspections associated with the placing of Scaffolding/Hoarding/Storage Containers/Cabins/Cranes/Hoists/Access Towers etc on the road.
Applications should be submitted at least 14 days prior to the desired commencement date and Payment must be made prior to the issue of the Permission.