The governning structure
Officers of the group
- Chair – appointed by agreement of the regional and national Chairs and serving for an agreed term, not normally less than two years
- Vice-Chair and Chair elect – similarly appointed
- Communications Officer
- The national Chairs of the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Ireland highway authority organisations
- The Chairs, or nominated representative, of the English region organisations
- The Highways Co-Chair of HAUC(UK)
- The Chair of the Strategy and Research Group.
- Ex officio: (retired members as agreed by the Council)
- Chairs of Working Groups to report on their activities
- Plus, by invitation: representatives of other authorities as appropriate, including the Highways Agency, Network Rail, National Traffic Manager's Forum, Department for Transport and the National Street Gazetteer (NSG)
- Others, as agreed by the Governing Council.
Our relationship with HAUC(UK) and Street Works UK
JAG(UK) representatives at every level contribute to the work of the highway authorities and utilities developing efficient collaboration with utility works promoters to reduce traffic disruption from operations. JAG(UK) is represented at HAUC(UK) by the three national chairs, two English regional chairs and the JAG Chair and Vice-Chair.
The Secretary provides assistance to the Highways side of HAUC(UK) and also attends. Position papers and guidance notes adopted by the highway authorities' organisations are offered to HAUC(UK) at the equivalent organisational level, as the basis for adopting agreed guidance. Members also provide the highway side input to HAUC(UK) working groups. As well as working with the utilities on shared guidance and codes, the regional and national authority organisations contribute to dispute resolution and assist in interpreting the Codes of Practice in the real context of local operations.
Non-Executive Director, JAG(UK), supporting JAG(UK) at HAUC(UK)
Jerry supports JAG(UK) at HAUC(UK). He sits on the JAG(UK) Council and Strategy, and leads on the HAUC(UK) App. Jerry has been a prominent figure within the industry for a number of years both regionally and nationally. Currently Traffic Manager at Sefton Council , Jerry has previously held the positions of Chair(UK) and Joint Chair HAUC(UK). Jerry has also sat on a number of important committees and is also an integral part of the HAUC Conference process.
Non-Executive Director, JAG(UK)
Phil currently holds the position of Gloucestershire's Traffic Manager and has been involved in the street works industry for a number of years. Phil is also plays a prominent role in street works both regionally and nationally being regional chair of both South West JAG and South West HAUC . Phil has also been instrumental in bringing the performance scorecard work forward and the changes to the safety and street works code of practice. Phil is keen to develop systems and working practices that help the industry.
Non-Executive Director, JAG(UK)
David Latham is the Highway Policy and Inspections Manager at Kent County Council.
Sarah is Street Works and Permitting Manager for Cambridgeshire County Council. Previously, Roadspace Management Manager for Buckinghamshire County Council, Sarah has had 20+ years working in the industry. Sarah is also JAG(UK) Strategy Group Chair, Permit Authority Group Chair and was Anglian JAG Chair for over eight years. Sarah is Highway Authority Chair on the Street Manager Governance Group.