Gully pots perform an important function in improving the quality of runoff from road and other surfaces. There are tens of millions of such structures across the UK. Optimising maintenance is therefore an important aspect. CIRIA Report 183 (1998) is still widely used in the sector. This scoping study would identify the changes in regulation, research, technology and practice that have occurred in the past 20 years with a view to subsequently updating the guide.
Proposal developed and workshop being planned in association with the Highways Term Maintenance Association.
If you are interested in this topic, please contact Owen Jenkins at CIRIA.