- 1 How much does it cost to drop a KERB in Croydon?
- 2 How much does it cost to have a drop KERB put in?
- 3 How much does it cost to drop a KERB in London?
- 4 Can I drop the KERB outside my house?
- 5 Is it illegal to use KERB ramps?
- 6 Is it legal to use KERB ramps?
- 7 Do you need planning permission for a drive?
- 8 Can you turn your front garden into a driveway?
- 9 How much does it cost to get a KERB dropped in Worcestershire?
- 10 Who owns the pavement outside my house?
How much does it cost to drop a KERB in Croydon?
The non-refundable application fee of £150 is applicable and can be paid via debit or credit card. We will contact you on the telephone number provided within the application form to take payment.
How much does it cost to have a drop KERB put in?
The average cost to drop a kerb is usually around £800 – £1,200 for the installation. Although, we advise you to contact your Local Authority to get a quote as many councils may charge differently.
How much does it cost to drop a KERB in London?
Each local council will charge different amounts for dropping a kerb, but the average cost for the complete job is usually around £800-£1200. There are a number of other factors that can affect the cost, including the size of the pavement, your location, and the number of kerbs that need to be dropped.
Can I drop the KERB outside my house?
Planning permission is usually required if you wish to drop the kerb outside your property to allow a car to cross the pavement. This is because the pavement may need to be strengthened to take the weight of vehicles and prevent them from damaging the surface or any pipes or cables underneath.
Is it illegal to use KERB ramps?
Whilst not universal knowledge, it is generally known that it is illegal to mount a kerb and drive across a pavement to access a property; that street parking is permissible where there is no dropped kerb (subject of course to any specific local parking restrictions); and that Highways Department permission is needed
Is it legal to use KERB ramps?
Yep, it is illegal. I went through the same thing at an old house in the 90’s. If you cross the kerb they can give you a ticket and points – Policeman told me it was deemed as dangerous driving! When using the classifieds get all the details of the person you are trading with.
Do you need planning permission for a drive?
You will not need planning permission if a new or replacement driveway of any size uses permeable (or porous) surfacing which allows water to drain through, such as gravel, permeable concrete block paving or porous asphalt, or if the rainwater is directed to a lawn or border to drain naturally.
Can you turn your front garden into a driveway?
Can you add a driveway without dropping the kerb? No, you can ‘t. That would require you to drive over a pedestrian area and put lives at risk, as such it’s illegal.
How much does it cost to get a KERB dropped in Worcestershire?
Ringway charges £50 for renewing a dropped kerb while new crossing constructions cost around £86 per square metre, with the firm calling it the “best value” people will find. The prices have been signed off by Worcestershire County Council under their partnership deal, which was agreed in 2013.
Who owns the pavement outside my house?
It is the County Council who are responsible for maintaining pavements. You should write to their chief executive. If its damaged due to weather and is dangerous, then the CC should maintain. that is correct.