LUL - G0025
Infrastructure Protection - Licence to Carry Out Works on LU Land
|Publication Date:||1 February 2012|
Any Outside Party (i.e. a contractor, developer or other body not contracted to undertake work for LU) must enter into a Licence with LU if they are carrying out any works on LU land, oversailing LU land, or are undertaking monitoring, intrusive or detailed topographic surveys on LU Land.
This Guidance applies to all instances where a Template Licence is to be granted authorising the carrying out of any works on LU land.
The Guidance is not applicable if a suitable Licence is included in any other legal agreement, such as a signed Development Agreement. If these agreements are not finalised or if there are just heads of terms agreed then a separate Licence will be required.
This Guidance is also not applicable where particular conditions require a bespoke Licence to be prepared by TfL Legal or TfL Property.
The Guidance is not to be used where long term or permanent rights are required or commercial negotiations are taking place between the parties. Matters such as these should be dealt with by TfL Property and TfL Legal with LU Engineering input as appropriate.
The purpose of this Guidance is to set out the scope, process, and level of fees in the preparation of Licences for Outside Parties to carry out works on London Underground (LU) land using a Template Licence.
This guidance supports standards S1023 "Infrastructure Protection" and G0023 "Infrastructure Protection - Special Conditions for Outside Parties Working On or Near the Railway".