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Standing Orders of the House of Commons - Private Business 2000

Arrangement of Clauses (Contents)

Appendix B

[Form referred to in Standing Order 45]

Form of Estimates


Purpose
Amount
£
Purchase of land, minerals and permanent rights

Easement for works, e.g., way-leaves for sewers, water pipes, etc.

Laying out and levelling land (specifying purposes and nature of works)

Work on foreshore

Buildings (stating, generally, their nature and construction)

[2]Boats (stating, generally, their character)

Bridges (stating, generally, their character and type of construction)

Waterways (including canals and inland navigations)—
    Earthworks
    Locks, etc.
    Reservoirs
    Dredging (otherwise than for maintenance)
Electricity—
    Mains—
      Main transmission lines
      Feeders and distributors
    Machinery and plant
      (In the case of generating plant specify whether steam, gas, diesel, etc.)
      *Purchase of electricity undertaking where the price has been fixed
Ferries (specifying type)—
    (a) [3]Vessels
    (b) Landing stages, etc.
[4]Furniture and movable equipment

Gas:—
    Generating plant
    Gas holders
    Mains—
      Cast Iron
      Steel
    [5]Purchase of gas undertaking where the price has been fixed
Harbours, docks and piers (including quays and wharves)—
    Docks, etc., (stating, generally, character and method of construction)
    Breakwaters—
      (a) rubble mound
      (b) concrete block
    Piers (stating, generally, character and type of construction)
    Machinery (cranes, pumping machinery, dredgers, etc.)
    Dredging (otherwise than for maintenance)
Machinery not included under other headings (stating, generally, its character)

Railways, other than light railways—
    Permanent ways
    Earthworks
    Stations and buildings
    Tunnels and bridges
    [6]Rolling stock
    Electrical or other equipment
    Power stations
    Signalling
Roads and streets (stating, generally, character and method of work)

Sea defence works (stating, generally, their character and materials to be used)

Sewage disposal works—
    Tanks
    Machinery
Sewers—
    Brick, concrete, cast iron, glazed ware
    Concrete tubes, reinforced
    Steel pipes
Tramways, tramroads, light railways, and public service vehicle and trolley vehicle undertakings—
    Depots and car sheds
    Permanent way—
      (a) Public road lines
      (b) Separate track on sleepers
    Electrical equipment—
      (a) Posts and overhead wires
      (b) Cables and feeders
      (c) Generating and converting plant
    [7]Cars and vehicles
Tunnels (other than railway tunnels)

Waterworks—
    Mains—
      Cast iron
      Steel
      Concrete or other material (specifying material)
    Reservoirs—
      Impounding (with earth or masonry dams)
      Service (specifying nature of construction)
    Pumping machinery
    Filters—
      Gravity
      Pressure
    Sterilisation plant
    Wells or other works
    [8]Purchase of water undertakings where the price has been fixed




2   It shall not be necessary to include an estimate of this item where the promoters are not a local authority. Back

3   It shall not be necessary to include an estimate of this item where the promoters are not a local authority. Back

4   It shall not be necessary to include an estimate of this item where the promoters are not a local authority. Back

5   The estimate should be accompanied by an engineer's report as to age, extent, condition, and value of the works, divided under suitable headings. Back

6   It shall not be necessary to include an estimate of this item where the promoters are not a local authority. Back

7   It shall not be necessary to include an estimate of this item where the promoters are not a local authority Back

8   The estimate should be accompanied by an engineer's report as to age, extent, condition, and value of the works, divided under suitable headings. Back


 
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