JAG(UK) membership and website JAG(UK) membership and website

To be approved for sign up to the JAG(UK) website you will need to be either:

  1. A serving officer of the street and road authority community within England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales  or
  2. A representative engaged within the authority role as defined in NRSWA sections 49(1)(b) and 107(1)(b)
  3. A member of authority as defined in sections 88, 89 and 91 of NRSWA as either sewer, bridge or transport authorities in their respective NRSWA roles as an authority
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JAG(UK) exists mainly through the commitment of each individual highway authority allowing key personnel to spend a small amount of time attending meetings and contributing their expertise to its vital work. JAG(UK) has seconded the services of a full time manager to coordinate all group activities and ensure a consistent message is delivered across the UK. To support the essential service that JAG(UK) provides, which includes the maintenance and development of the resources on this website, authority membership requires a contribution of £450/annum; this could be accommodated by income generated through legislation that JAG(UK) has helped to establish. Each Street or Road Authority will receive a request for contribution and by paying the contribution you will automatically become a full member. More than one person within a member authority may join the site.

Member benefits include:

  • National and regional voice JAG(UK) works closely with DfT and other government departments in terms of policy determination and delivery, also through GeoPlace has links to the Local Goverment Association (LGA). We have links with all the national governments and we are integral to the HAUC(UK) process
  • UK wide information service JAG(UK) has links and contacts witn all national governments, authorities and utility companies and through the web site provides a comprehensive communications conduit for the benefit of all members
  • Access to resources via the JAG(UK) website The web site provides a central focus for all members with a live members forum, a comprehensive information service and policy development area through the various working parties etc.
  • Voice at Government in policy determination JAG(UK) works closely with DfT and other government sectors and has communication conduits which allow us to put your point of view
  • Link to utilities through HAUC(UK) JAG(UK) works closely with NJUG and other utility representatives we act as joint secretariat to HAUC(UK) and therefore are able to provide help with issues both individually and nationally.
  • Use of JAG(UK) Manager in terms of policy development and issue resolution JAG(UK) Manager is a resource members can call on to help with local, regional and national issues and helps delivery solutions or develop policy, he will also attend meetings and provide full support to all members as requested.