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    1. Guideline Distances from Development to Trees Securing

      • This document is complementary to the National Joint Utilities Group (NJUG) publication Volume 4: NJUG Guidelines for the Planning, Installation and
      • The NJUG document states that the guidelines also have relevance in respect of work carried out to highways near trees (e.g. kerbing, footways).

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    2. York Tree Wardens - Home | Facebook

      • York Tree Wardens. 49 likes. Caring for trees in the City of York.
      • If you see contractors digging near trees, would you have a look in the trench to ensure they are not damaging the tree roots.
      • NJUG Guidelines for the Planning, Installation a...nd Maintenance of Utility Apparatus in Proximity to Trees...

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    3. NJUG and Trees - CCNW LTD

      • National Joint Utilities Group (NJUG) Report on trees adjacent Utility Apparatus.
      • These guidelines allow companies and operators to produce and implement a suitable scheme of works whilst safeguarding or minimising any long term detrimental effects to trees adjacent works.

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    4. njug guidelines working near trees - Информационно-поисковая База gdegde.kz

      • National Joint Utilities Group (NJUG) guidelines for the planning, installation and maintenance of utility apparatus in proximity to trees. Other contractors working near trees should work to British Standard 5837 2012 Trees in relation to design, demolition and construction.

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    5. Publications - Streetworks | Volume 4: Street Works UK Guidelines For The Planning, Installation And Maintenance Of Utility Apparatus In Proximity To Trees (Issue 2) – Operatives Handbook

      • *Please note that the NJUG UK Volume 2 Publication is under review and the new version of the document will be made available as soon as it is published.*
      • Street Works UK Guidelines on the Positioning and Colour Coding of Underground Utilities’ Apparatus.

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    6. Volume 1: NJUG Guidelines on the Positioning and Colour Coding

      • of Utility Apparatus in Proximity to Trees NJUG 10 VOLUME 5 NJUG On-Site Environmental Good
      • Background The statutory right of undertakers (utilities) to carry out works within the public highway in
      • For further detail see Volume 2 – ‘NJUG Guidelines on the Positioning of Underground Utilities...

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    7. York Tree Wardens - Home | Facebook

      • York Tree Wardens. 49 likes. Caring for trees in the City of York.
      • If you see contractors digging near trees, would you have a look in the trench to ensure they are not damaging the tree roots.
      • NJUG Guidelines for the Planning, Installation a...nd Maintenance of Utility Apparatus in Proximity to Trees...

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    8. Highway Code-NJUG- Service Inst | Copyright | Tort

      • NJUG Guidelines on the Positioning and Colour Coding of Underground Utilities’ Apparatus.
      • NJUG has a vision for street works, this vision is simply:  Safety is the number one priority  Utilities deliver consistent high quality  Utilities work together and in partnership with local authorities and...

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    9. Undertaking groundworks in the vicinity of council-owned trees. | Construction work near trees | Cheltenham Borough Council

      • National Joint Utilities Group (NJUG) Publication No. 10 - Guidelines for the planning, installation and maintenance of utility services in proximity to trees. British Standard 5837:2012 Trees in relation to design, demolition and construction - Recommendations...

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    10. PUB 10 Guidelines for the planning, installation and maintenance of utility services in proximity to trees (Withdrawn), National Joint Utilities Group - Publication Index | NBS

      • Trees play an essential role in the environment and visual amenity of both rural and urban landscapes. Modern society expects a multiplicity of services
      • The principles set out in these guidelines also have relevance in respect of work carried out to highways near trees (e.g. kerbing, footway reinstatement).

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