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The proponent must follow and adhere to all Hold Points in Standard Section 730.

The proponent will be required to negotiate a suitable point of power supply with TasNetworks at the agreed traffic control position. Any new electrical connections must be in the Department’s name to enable handover to occur.

The proponent is responsible for conducting all due diligence, for example Dial Before You Dig, organising all related permits, lodging Electrical Works Request (EWR) with TasNetworks.

The proponent must develop and deliver an appropriate communications strategy to notify impacted stakeholders of the new signals. Depending on the situation, this may include – but not be limited to – print or other advertising, direct mail, social media, or on-site signage. The strategy should include communication around the commencement of works and commissioning.

Any construction contracts entered into must link practical completion to commissioning and include a defects liability/maintenance period with a minimum term of twelve months. Any costs associated with defects during the warranty period are the responsibility of the proponent.