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The applicant is required to have read and understand the information within the section and understand the requirements for a dropped kerb. A detailed plan of proposed dropped kerb with location will also be needed.
If you live on a classified road (A road, B road or C Road) you will then require planning permission from your local borough/district council. During this time we will be unable to process the application until permission has been granted.
To check whether you live on a classified road, please see the road status map.
1. Once we have received your application we check all details to make sure everything is there to process the application.
2. If there is information missing we will not be able to process your application. At the time of taking payment, we will notify you of what must be provided so we can proceed with your application.
3. An inspection will be carried out to check the safety implications at the location.
4. Once inspected, you will receive a response, usually within 2-3 weeks. The response will indicate whether permission has been granted for a dropped kerb or whether the application has been refused. If the application has been refused, there will be reasons included within the written response.
Once approval has been granted you are required to:
Further information is available regarding the requirements of the contractor.
You will need to find an accredited contractor that meets the requirements to carry out works on the highway. The contractor must obtain a permit to dig before works on the highway can commence.
If you are having problems trying to find a contractor to carry out the works, please call us on 0300 111 8000 and we will do our best to help.
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