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 ...
? Before submitting a request for a quotation you must ascertain whether the
adjacent road is: Trunk Road ...
How to apply for a dropped kerb. ... or vehicle crossing. It must be built to specific
standards, approved by us and in some cases planning permission is needed.
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 drive up to
your house. The kerb is dropped from the ... For classified streets, we will need to
see a copy of your planning permission before we can process your application.
Aug 5, 2015 ... The next step is to apply for local planning permission via your district council.
Occasionally permission is not required for dropped kerb access, ...
Dec 17, 2015 ... 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 ...
Nov 12, 2015 ... Please note: Please read the approval process guidance notes before
completing the application form (these PDF documents can be found ...
Dropped Kerb Q A. ... Birmingham City Council must approve all dropped kerb
applications. This process can take up to ... When do I need planning permission
Permission is required from the Council for a dropped kerb or vehicle ... Planning
permission is not always required, however, planning permission is required if:.
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.