Nov 12, 2014 ... A dropped kerb allows vehicles to cross the pavement from the road to a
driveway - contact your local council to find out how to apply for a ...
See how much it actually costs to drop a kerb for a new driveway. See our price
examples and find out how much work is involved.
Apr 12, 2016 ... Vehicle crossovers or dropped kerbs. Due to the high volume of applications we
are currently receiving for vehicle crossovers, there may be a ...
A dropped kerb is where a footway or verge is lowered to allow a vehicle access
to a property. Normally a footway or verge does not have the required strength ...
You need permission to drop the kerb outside your property. There is a £45
administration charge for your application which must be accepted before any
Apr 19, 2016 ... If you want to drop a kerb to make it easier for vehicles to access your site (e.g.
home, business) you need our permission first.
Dropping a kerb involves lowering the kerbstones and strengthening the ...
Before you apply for a dropped kerb, please read the Terms and Conditions.
Dropped kerbs. If you would like the kerb outside your house to be lowered to
give access to your property. We are responsible for permitting construction, ...
A vehicle crossing, or dropped kerb, is when a kerb is lowered and the footpath
strengthened,. to let vehicles move between roads and properties. If you'd like to
A vehicular footway crossing (also known as drop kerb or dropped kerb) is where
the pavement gets lowered so that you can legally drive over the pavement ...