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JAG(UK) and GeoPlace help councils cut driver disruption

Posted on 22 Jun 2018
JAG(UK) and GeoPlace have produced guidance to help highway authorities to understand the requirements in preparing for the implementation of a permit scheme

Virgin Media fined for Carlisle cable chaos

Posted on 21 May 2018 in
Virgin Media is facing a £385,000 fine after pleading guilty to seven breaches of street-works safety rules at Carlisle Magistrates' Court. Jerry McConkey, CEO of JAG(UK) said: "JAG(UK) is...

The sector reacts: Is Chris Grayling right about pavements and utilities?

Posted on 04 May 2018
Extract taken from  Transport Network Transport secretary Chris Grayling's suggestion that pavements could become the default location for new utility infrastructure to cut down on...