Dropped Kerb Contractors Eastwood Nottinghamshire
Do you need a dropped kerb for your property? You must get a kerb drop if you intend to drive onto your property via the pavement. If you want to access a public highway, your vehicle must be able cross a driveway without difficulty.
Kerb dropping allows vehicles cross the asphalt between a driveway and the road. If you want to drive onto your property, this is a legal requirement.
Kerb Dropping and Vehicle Crossover Specialists
Parking outside of your home can often cause stress. There may be a fee for obtaining a permit. It may be difficult to find a spot to park your vehicle in urban areas. If you intend to drive on pavement, a dropped curb is necessary. If you have questions check out our website Q and A's.
Access to the public road must be possible from either a residential or commercial driveway. It allows vehicles access to the roadway from a driveway. To drive on your property, you must have one.
Local Kerb Dropping Contractors
A kerb drop is a great way to improve your access to your property and to prevent people from parking on your driveway. According to the law regarding driveway access, a vehicle must be able to cross the footway to get to your driveway from a highway.
Driving on the footway is against the law if you do not. You may face prosecution if you violate the law.
The pavement in front of your property may need to be strengthened. Sometimes, it is necessary to move manhole covers or lampposts.
Eastwood Vehicle Crossover Experts
Contact your local council if you're unsure whether you require permission. Get in touch with your local government to determine if you need planning permission. It will vary depending on your location.
You will need to get permission to hire a local specialist to complete the work.
This project is not one you can DIY as the council has certain requirements for service providers. Some restrict you from using their approved contractors. Others will allow you to use your contractors provided they conform to the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991 requirements. There may be an additional charge for highway assessment by council.
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You can make your life easier by hiring a drop kerb contractor registered with the local authority. Because they are experienced with the council, they will file all of your applications and usually get them through quickly.
Our drop-kerb installation and application for planning permission is a long-standing business. We will visit your property and take measurements. Other considerations that might be needed for planning permission. We have plenty of experience here and other towns as well
We are an authorised local authority company. We can work with your County Council to install drop kerbs while complying with all regulations.
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