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Dropped Kerb Contractors Warwick

Dec 15

Do you need a dropped kerb for your property? A kerb must be dropped if you are going to drive onto your land from the pavement. To gain access to the public highway, a vehicle must be capable of crossing a driveway from a commercial or residential area.

Kerb drop allows vehicles to cross asphalt from a road to a driveway. For anyone who is interested in driving onto your property, it is a legal requirement.

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Kerb Dropping and Vehicle Crossover Specialists

Parking outside your home can be stressful. You might also have to pay a permit fee. Parking your car in an urban area can be difficult. If you plan to drive over pavement onto your land, you will need a dropped kerb. If you have questions refer to our website Q and A's.

Access to the public highway must only be possible via a residential driveway or commercial driveway. It allows vehicles from a driveway to cross pavements. For you to be able drive on your property, one must be present.

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.

It is illegal to drive on footways if you don't comply. Infringing on the law could result in you being prosecuted.

The pavement in front of your property may need to be strengthened. It may be necessary to move street furniture, such as lampposts and manhole covers.

Warwick Vehicle Crossover Experts

Contact your local council if you're unsure whether you require permission. If you are unsure if planning permission is required, contact your local council. You can find the relevant council on the government website. The cost of applying will depend on where you live.

You will need to get permission to hire a local specialist to complete the work.

It is definitely not a DIY job as the council has very specific requirements regarding service providers. Some may restrict you to only using approved contractors. Some allow you to use your own contractors, provided they comply with the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991 requirements. Highway assessments may be subject to an additional charge by the council.

You will be able to save time and make your life easier by having a local authority registered contractor for drop kerb construction. They will file all applications on your behalf and get them approved usually quickly, as they have a good track record with their council.

We have years of experience in installing drop-kerbs, and applying for planning permission. We will visit the property to take measurements and determine if there is any public utility. Any other considerations necessary to obtain planning permission. We have plenty of experience in this location and other towns too

We are an approved company by local authorities and can help your county council install a drop-kerb, while adhering to all regulations.