Statutory guidance

SR2015 No.32: installing a access culvert of no more than 5 metres length

SR2015 number 32: installing a access culvert of no more than 5 metres length on a main river.

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SR2015 No.32: Installing a access culvert of no more than 5 metres length on a main river

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Generic Risk Assessment for SR2015 No.32: Installing a access culvert of no more than 5 metres length on a main river

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When referred to in an environmental permit, these rules will allow the operator to install a culvert of no more than 5 metres length. The watercourse should be no more than 2 metres wide, measured inside the channel from the foot of its banks on each side.

These rules do not allow the installation of culverts within 8 metres of a flood defence or 50 metres of another manmade structure in, under or over the watercourse.

The activities shall be undertaken outside of the relevant fish breeding season.

Published 6 April 2016