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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Cattle guards.

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Classifications
LC ClassificationsTH4911 .G72 no. 7
The Physical Object
Pagination[1], 11 p.
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4657990M
ISBN 100112405479
LC Control Number77516395
OCLC/WorldCa115903

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Specifies requirements for cattle grids on two types of private road, single lane and a wider grid. Tables give number and arrangement of intermediate supports in both types of grid. Details of protective and preservative treatment are given. Appendix A gives recommendations on design, construction and maintenance of cattle grids.   Cattle grids, also known as cattle guards, are structures placed over a depression in the ground in order to prevent livestock from crossing an enclosed piece of land to another area. Cattle grids are typically placed between private and public lands. Private cattle grids An access road may coincide with a public right of way and cattle grids may be requested for stock control to replace a gate on a track that is a bridleway or byway (or footpath). If the public right of way is a carriageway (a byway open to all traffic or a restricted byway) then a grid. Cattle-grids S 41 Provision of cattle-grids and by-passes. S (1) Where, whether on the representations of owners or occupiers of agricultural land or otherwise, and after such consultation with any such owners and occupiers as the roads authority consider requisite, it appears to the authority expedient so to do for controlling the passage of animals along a road, the authority may, subject to.

Cross References: BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS   However, the Highways Act does not apply to privately owned and maintained roads and consent under section 38 is therefore needed to construct a cattle grid across such roads. Cattle Grids (1) Cattle yard gates (6) Equine (7) Feed barriers (11) Gate Fittings and Hardware (14) Gate Posts (6) Machinery (4) Sheep Specific Equipment (4) Sheeted Doors (1) Specialist Handling Installations (1) Tools Drill Bits Bolts Accessories (6) Vehicle Access Barriers (4) .   A few years back, shortly after we got married, my wife and I were in that part of the world and we came off at M6 j When I screeched to a halt and jumped out of the car to get a photo of a cattle grid on a motorway slip road, I think it finally clicked with her just who she had married! As I recall I stopped at the same junction on the way home too to get a pic of the M6 from the bridge.

Details basic requirements for materials, geometry and design of cattle grids suitable for the containment of stock and allowing the passage of pneumatic tyred vehicles. Covering grids suitable for containment of cattle, sheep, deer, goats, pigs and horses. Document History Supersedes BS Came into effect 28/04/ Highways and Cattle Grids Highways Section 38 consent is generally needed for works on a highway (other than in connection with a cattle grid and associated bypass) where that highway is apply to privately owned and maintained roads and consent under section 38 is therefore needed to construct a cattle grid across such roads. The Leading Cattle Grids & Drainage Products Manufacturer. We manufacture a range of quick-fit and drop-in style cattle and deer grids to suit a variety of applications, all made to BS We also manufacture a range of drainage products suitable for handling problem surface water. Cattle Grids on Roads in Rural Areas Policy Page 2 of 3 5. LEGAL & POLICY FRAMEWORK N/A 6. POLICY STATEMENT Council is committed to providing a safe and reliable roads network. Cattle grids on Council roads form part of the network and must be .