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Crossrail Bill
Schedule 1 — Scheduled works

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Work No. 3/1F– A temporary road, being a realignment of

Shoppenhanger’s Road, commencing in that road at a point 143

metres west of the junction of Shoppenhanger’s Road with Braywick

Road and terminating in Shoppenhanger’s Road at a point 35 metres

west of that road junction;

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In the County of Berkshire, Borough of Slough–

Work No. 3/2– A reconstruction of the bridge carrying Leigh Road

over the Reading Railway commencing at a point 90 metres north of

the junction of Argyll Avenue with Leigh Road and terminating at a

point 42 metres south of the junction of Bedford Avenue with Leigh

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Road;

Work No. 3/3– A realignment of the Reading Railway (1,710 metres in

length) commencing by a junction with that railway at a point 101

metres west of the bridge carrying Farnham Road over that railway,

passing eastwards and terminating by a junction with that railway at

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a point 135 metres east of the bridge carrying William Street over that

railway;

Work No. 3/3A– A raising of the bridge carrying Stoke Poges Lane

over the Reading Railway and Work No. 3/3, commencing at a point

8 metres south of the junction of Simpsons Way with Stoke Poges

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Lane and terminating at a point 14 metres north of the junction of

Lansdowne Avenue with Stoke Poges Lane;

Work No. 3/4– A realignment of the Windsor and Eton Branch Railway

at Slough Station (214 metres in length) commencing by a junction

with that railway at a point 62 metres west of the bridge carrying

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William Street over that railway, passing eastwards and terminating

at a point within Slough Station 152 metres east of that bridge;

Work No. 3/5A– A temporary bridge to carry Wexham Road over the

Reading Railway (for the duration of the construction of Work No.

3/5B), commencing in Wexham Road at a point 55 metres north of

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the junction of Diamond Road with Wexham Road and terminating

in Wexham Road at a point 170 metres north of that road junction;

Work No. 3/5B– A partial reconstruction of the bridge carrying

Wexham Road over the Reading Railway, commencing at a point 95

metres north of the junction of Diamond Road with Wexham Road

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and terminating at a point 120 metres north of that road junction;

Work No. 3/6– A partial reconstruction of the bridge carrying

Middlegreen Road over the Reading Railway, commencing at a

point 86 metres north of the junction of Halkingcroft with

Middlegreen Road and terminating at a point 66 metres south of the

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bridge carrying Middlegreen Road over the Grand Union Canal;

Work No. 3/7A– A temporary bridge to carry St. Mary’s Road over the

Reading Railway (for the duration of the construction of Work No 3/

7B), commencing in St. Mary’s Road at a point 55 metres north-west

of the junction of Maryside with St. Mary’s Road and terminating in

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St. Mary’s Road at a point 55 metres south-east of the bridge carrying

that road over the Grand Union Canal;

Work No. 3/7B– A partial reconstruction of the bridge carrying St.

Mary’s Road over the Reading Railway, commencing at a point

60 metres north-west of the junction of Maryside with St. Mary’s

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Road and terminating at a point 80 metres south-east of the bridge

carrying St. Mary’s Road over the Grand Union Canal;

 

 

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Work No. 3/8– A reconstruction of Trenches Bridge carrying footpath

FP 47a and cycleway over the Reading Railway, commencing at a

point 65 metres north-east of the junction of Maryside with Minster

Way and terminating at a point 40 metres south-west of the bridge

carrying the footpath FP 47a and cycleway over the Grand Union

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Canal;

         

In the County of Berkshire, Borough of Slough and County of

Buckinghamshire, District of South Bucks, Parish of Iver–

Work No. 3/9– A railway (2,264 metres in length) commencing by a

junction with the Reading Railway at a point 80 metres north of the

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junction of Mead Avenue with Harvey Road, passing eastwards and

terminating by a junction with that railway at a point 80 metres west

of the bridge carrying the M25 over that railway. Work No. 3/9

includes a bridge over Hollow Hill Lane and the removal of Dog

Kennel Bridge at Iver;

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In the County of Buckinghamshire, District of South Bucks, Parish of Iver–

Work No. 3/9A– A realignment of part of a private access road adjacent

to Iver Station, commencing in that access road at a point 111 metres

north of the junction of Syke Cluan with Bathurst Walk and

terminating by a junction with Work No. 3/9B at a point 40 metres

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south of the existing junction of Court Lane with Thorney Lane

South;

Work No. 3/9B– A diversion of Thorney Lane South commencing in

that road at a point 165 metres north of the existing junction of Court

Lane with Thorney Lane South and terminating in that road at a

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point 262 metres south-east of the existing junction of Bathurst Walk

with Thorney Lane South. Work No. 3/9B includes a bridge over the

Reading Railway and the removal of the existing Thorney Lane

South road bridge;

Work No. 3/9C– An extension of Bathurst Walk at its eastern end,

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commencing in that road at a point 12 metres west of the existing

junction of Bathurst Walk with Thorney Lane South and terminating

by a junction with Work No. 3/9B at a point 42 metres east of that

existing road junction;

         

In the London Borough of Hillingdon–

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Work No. 3/10– A railway (1,486 metres in length) commencing by a

junction with the Reading Railway at a point 16 metres west of the

bridge carrying that railway over the Colnbrook branch line (the

former Staines and West Drayton Railway), passing eastwards and

terminating by a junction with the Reading Railway at a point 40

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metres east of the existing bridge carrying Kingston Lane over that

railway;

Work No. 3/10A– A railway (640 metres in length) forming a siding

within West Drayton Yard commencing by a junction with Work No.

3/10 at a point 103 metres west of the bridge carrying the Reading

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Railway over High Street, passing westwards and terminating at a

point 113 metres north of the western end of Fairway Avenue;

Work No. 3/10B– A railway (625 metres in length) forming sidings

within West Drayton Yard commencing by a junction with Work No.

3/10 at a point 103 metres west of the bridge carrying the Reading

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Railway over High Street, passing westwards and terminating at a

point 166 metres north of the western end of Fairway Avenue;

 

 

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Work No. 3/10C– An access road in the West Drayton Yard

commencing in that Yard at a point 124 metres north-west of the

junction of Fairway Close with Fairway Avenue and terminating in

the existing access road leading from High Street at a point 77 metres

south-east of the junction of Winnock Road with Tavistock Road.

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Work No. 3/10C includes a level crossing of the Colnbrook branch

line (the former Staines and West Drayton Railway) and a bridge

over Fray’s River;

Work No. 3/10D– A realignment of an existing culvert in the West

Drayton Yard, commencing at a point 315 metres north-west of the

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junction of Fairway Close with Fairway Avenue and terminating at

a point 187 metres north of that road junction. Work No. 3/10D

includes an inspection chamber;

Work No. 3/10E– A diversion of the Colne Valley Sewer commencing

by a junction with that sewer beneath a point 155 metres west of the

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junction of Padcroft Road with Tavistock Road and terminating by a

junction with that sewer beneath a point 190 metres south of the

junction of Wimpole Road with Tavistock Road. Work No. 3/10E

includes shafts for construction and maintenance;

Work No. 3/10F– A bridge, incorporating steps and ramp facilities, to

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carry the footpath and cycleway between Kingston Lane and Horton

Bridge Road over the Reading Railway, commencing at a point 145

metres north-east of the junction of Ruffle Close with Kingston Lane

and terminating at a point 192 metres south of the junction of Horton

Bridge Road with Horton Road. Work No. 3/10F includes the

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removal of the existing bridge carrying Kingston Lane over the

Reading Railway;

Work No. 3/11– A railway (2,800 metres in length) commencing by a

junction with the Heathrow Express Railway at a point 171 metres

north of the northern tunnel portal of that railway, passing

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northwards then eastwards and terminating by a junction with the

Reading Railway at a point 243 metres west of the bridge carrying

The Parkway over that railway. Work No. 3/11 includes a viaduct

adjacent to the Stockley Flyover;

Work No. 3/12A– A realignment of the Heathrow Express Railway

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(377 metres in length) commencing by a junction with that railway at

a point 148 metres north of the northern tunnel portal of that railway,

passing northwards and terminating by a junction with that railway

at a point 336 metres north-west of the junction of Conway Drive

with Stormont Drive;

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Work No. 3/12B– A realignment of the Heathrow Express Railway (308

metres in length) commencing by a junction with Work No. 3/12A at

a point 200 metres north of the northern tunnel portal of that railway,

passing northwards and terminating by a junction with that railway

at a point 336 metres north-west of the junction of Conway Drive

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with Stormont Drive;

Work No. 3/13A– A realignment of the Reading Railway (975 metres in

length) commencing by a junction with that railway at a point 100

metres north of the junction of Conway Drive with Stormont Drive,

passing eastwards and terminating by a junction with that railway at

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a point 162 metres east of the bridge carrying Dawley Road over that

railway;

Work No. 3/13B– A railway (721 metres in length and partly on the

viaduct forming part of Work No. 3/11) commencing by a junction

 

 

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with Work No. 3/11 on that viaduct at a point 170 metres north-east

of the junction of Conway Drive with Stormont Drive, passing

eastwards and terminating by a junction with the Reading Railway

at a point 64 metres east of the bridge carrying Dawley Road over

that railway;

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Work No. 3/13C– A railway (419 metres in length) commencing by a

junction with the Heathrow Express Railway at a point 86 metres

north of the junction of Conway Drive with Stormont Drive, passing

eastwards and terminating by a junction with Work No. 3/13A at a

point 55 metres north-east of the northern end of Burnham Gardens;

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Work No. 3/13D– A realignment of the Reading Railway (385 metres in

length) commencing by a junction with that railway at a point 104

metres north of the junction of Conway Drive with Stormont Drive,

passing eastwards and terminating by a junction with that railway at

a point 52 metres north of the northern end of Burnham Gardens;

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Work No. 3/14– A bridge to carry a footpath and cycleway over the

Reading Railway commencing at a point 23 metres south of the

junction of Iron Bridge Road South with Old Stockley Road and

terminating at a point 59 metres north of the junction of Old Stockley

Road with Stockley Road. Work No. 3/14 includes the removal of

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the existing Old Stockley Road Bridge;

Work No. 3/15A– A temporary bridge to carry Station Road over the

Reading Railway at Hayes and Harlington Station (during the

construction of Work No. 3/15B) commencing at a point 4 metres

north-east of the junction of Keith Road with Station Road and

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terminating at a point 54 metres south-east of the junction of Blyth

Road with Clayton Road;

Work No. 3/15B– A raising and lengthening at the north-eastern end of

the bridge carrying Station Road over the Reading Railway at Hayes

and Harlington Station commencing at a point 111 metres north-east

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of the junction of Keith Road with Station Road and terminating at a

point 54 metres south-east of the junction of Blyth Road with Clayton

Road;

         

In the London Borough of Ealing–

Work No. 3/16– A railway (469 metres in length) commencing by a

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junction with the Greenford Branch Railway at West Ealing Station

at a point 130 metres west of the junction of Drayton Avenue with

Manor Road, passing south-eastwards then eastwards and

terminating at a point in West Ealing Station 20 metres south of the

junction of Drayton Road with Manor Road;

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Work No. 3/17– A deviation of the Reading Railway (2,068 metres in

length partly in tunnel) commencing by a junction with that railway

at a point 300 metres west of the bridge carrying Hanger Lane over

that railway, passing eastwards and terminating by a junction with

that railway at a point 25 metres west of the bridge carrying Horn

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Lane over that railway;

Work No. 3/17A– A railway (1,500 metres in length) commencing by a

junction with the Reading Railway at a point 54 metres east of

London Underground bridge No. D29 over that railway, passing

eastwards and terminating by a junction with the Poplar Lines 5

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metres west of the bridge carrying Horn Lane over those lines;

Work No. 3/17B– A railway (881 metres in length) forming sidings

within the Acton Yard, commencing by a junction with Work No. 3/

 

 

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17A at a point 160 metres north-east of the bridge carrying Noel Road

over the Reading Railway, passing eastwards and terminating at a

point 155 metres west of the junction of York Road with Horn Lane;

         

In the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham–

Work No. 3/18A– A realignment of existing sidings at Old Oak

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Common Depot (357 metres in length) commencing by a junction

with the depot access railway at a point 330 metres west of the bridge

carrying Scrubs Lane over the Reading Railway, passing westwards

and terminating by a junction with Works Nos. 3/18B and 3/18C at

a point 310 metres south of the junction of Salter Street with Hythe

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Road;

Work No. 3/18B– A railway (375 metres in length), forming sidings

within Old Oak Common Depot commencing by a junction with

Work No. 3/18A at its termination, passing westwards and

terminating at a point 375 metres west of its commencement;

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Work No. 3/18C– A railway (474 metres in length) forming sidings

within Old Oak Common Depot, commencing by a junction with

Work No. 3/18A at its termination, passing westwards and

terminating at a point 474 metres west of its commencement.

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Section 2

 

Works: further and supplementary provisions

Additional works

1     (1)  

The nominated undertaker may, for the purposes of or in connection with

the scheduled works or otherwise for the purposes of or in connection with

Crossrail, do any of the following within the limits of deviation for the

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scheduled works or within the limits of land to be acquired or used—

(a)   

carry out and maintain railway electrification and signalling works;

(b)   

make, provide and maintain all such approaches, bridges, subways,

interchanges, roundabouts, turning places, lifts, stairs, escalators,

ramps, passages, means of access, shafts, buildings, apparatus, plant

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and machinery as may be necessary or convenient,

(c)   

construct, provide and maintain all such embankments, aprons,

abutments, retaining walls, wing walls, culverts and other works as

may be necessary or convenient,

(d)   

alter or remove any structure erected upon any highway or adjoining

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land,

(e)   

alter, or alter the position of, railway track and any apparatus

associated with railway track,

(f)   

alter, or alter the position of, other apparatus, including mains,

sewers, drains and cables,

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(g)   

alter the course of, or otherwise interfere with, non-navigable rivers,

streams or watercourses, and

(h)   

carry out and maintain such other works, of whatever description, as

may be necessary or expedient.

      (2)  

Sub-paragraph (1) shall not authorise the making of any cut for drainage

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purposes which is more than 3.4 metres wide at the bottom.

 

 

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Highway accesses

2     (1)  

The nominated undertaker may, for the purposes of or in connection with

the works authorised by this Act or otherwise for the purposes of or in

connection with Crossrail—

(a)   

form and lay out means of access, and

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(b)   

improve existing means of access,

           

at any place within the limits of deviation for the scheduled works or within

the limits of land to be acquired or used.

      (2)  

If, in the case of works under sub-paragraph (1) at a place shown on the

deposited plans, the works require the opening of an access onto, or the

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alteration of, a highway used by vehicular traffic, they shall be carried out in

accordance with plans and specifications approved by the highway

authority at the request of the nominated undertaker.

      (3)  

The only ground on which the highway authority may refuse to approve

plans or specifications for the purposes of sub-paragraph (2) is that they

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ought to be modified to prevent or reduce prejudicial effects on road safety

or on the free flow of traffic in the local area and are reasonably capable of

being so modified.

      (4)  

Works under sub-paragraph (1) may only be carried out at a place not

shown on the deposited plans if the highway authority consents to the siting

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of the works, such consent not to be unreasonably withheld.

      (5)  

Works under sub-paragraph (1) at a place not shown on the deposited plans

shall be carried out in accordance with plans and specifications approved by

the highway authority at the request of the nominated undertaker, such

approval not to be unreasonably withheld.

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      (6)  

In considering whether to give its consent for the purposes of sub-paragraph

(4), or approval for the purposes of sub-paragraph (5), in a case where the

works require the opening of an access onto, or the alteration of, a highway

used by vehicular traffic, the highway authority shall have regard, in

particular, to effects on road safety and on the free flow of traffic in the local

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area.

      (7)  

Any dispute with a highway authority under this paragraph shall, if the

parties agree, be referred to arbitration, but shall otherwise be determined

by the Secretary of State.

Overhead line diversions

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3          

Without prejudice to paragraph 1(1)(f), the nominated undertaker may, for

the purposes of or in connection with the works authorised by this Act,

undertake the electric line diversions specified in the following table.

 

 

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(1)

(2)

(3)

 
 

Area

Overhead line to be taken

New overhead line to be

 
  

down

provided

 
 

London Borough of

Overhead electric line

New overhead electric line

 
 

Newham

(PDK) between points E1,

to be provided on land

 

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E2 and E3

within relevant limits

 
   

between points E1, E4 and

 
   

E3.

 
 

County of

Iver – Longford 132kV

New overhead electric lines

 
 

Buckinghamshire,

overhead electric line

to be provided on land

 

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District of South

(PGB) between points EC1

within relevant limits

 
 

Bucks, Parish of Iver

and EC2.

between points EC1, EC3

 
   

and EC2 and between

 
   

points EC1, EC4 and EC2.

 

Mitigation and protection works

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4          

The nominated undertaker may within the limits of deviation for the

scheduled works or within the limits of land to be acquired or used—

(a)   

carry out and maintain landscaping and other works to mitigate any

adverse effects of the construction, maintenance or operation of any

of the works authorised by this Act, and

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(b)   

carry out and maintain works for the benefit or protection of land

affected by any of the works authorised by this Act.

Underpinning of buildings

5     (1)  

This paragraph applies where it is necessary or expedient in consequence of

or in connection with the construction of any of the works authorised by this

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Act to underpin or strengthen a building within the relevant distance of the

work.

      (2)  

The nominated undertaker may underpin or strengthen the building on

giving at least 28 days’ notice to the owners and occupiers of the building of

its intention to do so.

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      (3)  

If, within 21 days of the giving of a notice under sub-paragraph (2), the

person to whom the notice has been given gives to the nominated

undertaker notice disputing that this paragraph applies, the question of its

application shall be referred to arbitration.

      (4)  

If, under sub-paragraph (3), the arbitrator decides that this paragraph does

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apply, he shall, if one of the parties to the dispute so requires, prescribe how

the underpinning or strengthening is to be carried out.

      (5)  

Where the underpinning or strengthening of a building under this

paragraph cannot be carried out reasonably conveniently without entering

land adjacent to the building, the nominated undertaker may, on giving at

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least 14 days’ notice to the owners and occupiers of the adjacent land, enter

the land (but not any building on it) and carry out the work.

      (6)  

In case of emergency, the power conferred by sub-paragraph (2) or (5) shall

be exercisable without notice.

 

 

 
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