Section 184 – which is to part IX of the Highways Act 1980, Lawful and Unlawful Interference with Highways and Streets – does not provide for formal agreements between a developer and the highway authority. Therefore, an agreement is made in accordance with this section taking into account the following points:- sub-section 3 provides that the Authority advises the owner or occupant of land to be developed under a building permit, that it proposes to carry out work for the construction or modification of a crossroads by a Kerbed railway or an edge as access for vehicles with mechanical propulsion to or from the public highway for development. However, subsection 9 provides that each person mentioned in a contract notice proposes to carry out the work on its own according to the plans approved by the Authority, but in the event of non-compliance with its offer, since Section 184 does not provide for the formal conclusion of agreements between a promoter and the road authority, an agreement should take into account the following subsections. : An agreement is required when a developer plans to build or modify a site access or access to a public highway that is of a higher specification than something simple such as an unusual type of foot or crossing. The management of the agreement, legal assistance, technical authorisation, local inspections and the issuance of certificates are subject to reasonable charges to the local road authority. As a general rule, the developer is required to deposit a secure loan or cash with the motorway authority of up to 150% of the value of the highway works. Section 184 of the Highways Act 1980 requires a developer to enter into an agreement to build or modify access or access to the site. This includes access where work is only necessary to allow development or where work must be carried out before major work can be carried out under section 38 (highway acceptance) or section 278 (which allows a developer to carry out work on a public highway). Local road transport authorities verify and approve the agreements and must pay the corresponding fees. A re-extended sum may also be required to allow the road authority to maintain the work after completion, usually for a period of between 10 and 25 years.