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This sub-section summarises the expected proposals in greater detail pursuant to this requirement.


All working areas shall be sufficiently and adequately fenced off from members of the public and to prevent animals from straying on to the construction areas. Hoardings shall be selected to suit the location but may be:


a wire mesh fence, where appropriate for minimum security needs; or


a 2.4m minimum height, plywood faced, timber framed boundary hoarding or other hoarding providing equivalent security and noise attenuation in the vicinity of noise sensitive neighbours; or


other designs where a particular appearance, acoustic rating or ecological performance is considered to be required and is agreed with the local authorities.


3.4.1 Woodland/Hedgerow protection 48


Full details showing the position of fencing to protect all woodland areas, trees and hedgerows shown to be retained within the development will be submitted to the Local Authorities and approved prior to construction. The protective fencing will comply with BS 5837, and be erected to demarcate the canopy spread of the trees and hedgerows. Further detail on fencing in relation to hedgerows and woodland will be contained within the Landscaping Management Scheme(s) and Ecological Management Plan(s), provided for by DCO Requirements 19 and 26 respectively.


3.4.2 Temporary works fencing along cable route 49


Temporary stock proof fencing will be constructed along the boundaries of the temporary works area along the remaining parts of the onshore works not described above, including along the cable corridor and directional drilling/transition bay working area in accordance with the fencing specification for fences set out in the Specification for Highway Works, Vol. 3 (BS1722 Part 2), or equivalent, using single wire detail or sheep netting with similar horizontal spacing.


3.4.3 Temporary works fencing beach area 50


Heras fencing, or other equivalent fencing types, will be utilised to enclose any temporary works, including excavation of directional drilling reception pits or beach cable pull-in. All installation activities on the beach will be managed to ensure that the construction works are protected to reduce, so far as reasonably practicable, inconvenience to the public and to ensure the safety of the public and site staff.


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