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 dropped kerb.
If the vehicle crossing is to be positioned on a Principal road or Classified road then planning permission must be ...
Jun 7, 2016 ... 10 Tips for Getting Planning Permission for a Dropped Kerb. If you need to create a new access for vehicles to your home, and it involves ...
Apply for a licence to build a dropped kerb outside of your property. ... A dropped kerb or vehicle crossing is the dip in the path and kerb that lets you ... to us, to enquire as to whether you will require planning permission for a vehicle crossing.
Jun 2, 2017 ... If you want to drop a kerb to make it easier for vehicles to access your site ... area or for a listed building you will first need planning permission.
The fee of £100 will not be refunded even if you aren't successful in either getting planning permission (if required) or permission to build the dropped kerb.
Apr 5, 2017 ... Apply for a dropped kerb licence for a vehicle crossover to access your drive. ... Check to see if you need planning permission from your local ...
You will need planning permission if you are applying for a dropped kerb on an A -road, B-road or C-road. Go to our planning applications section for information ...
You can apply to the County Council for permission to have a vehicle crossing ( dropped kerb) installed on the road adjacent to your property. You can also apply ...