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Council Services:

Apply for a dropped kerb

A dropped kerb, or crossover, is a lowered kerb that allows you to access your driveway from the road by driving across the pavement.

You will need the consent of the county council, as highways authority, to build one.

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When your request has been received, a highways officer will contact you.

On A, B and C roads, you must obtain appropriate planning permission from your district council. You do not need to do this on 'unclassified' roads.

If planning permission has already been obtained, or is not required, the officer will arrange a site visit to ensure that your proposal does not present a safety hazard. If you are required to modify your plans, this will be discussed with you at this time.

If alterations are required to the immediate area surrounding a property, they must be approved by the homeowner. If you live in a rented property, you must get approval from your landlord.

Once the highways officer approves your proposal, you will be sent the relevant forms.

When the council has received your completed forms, you will be sent confirmation of the agreed specification for your proposal.

Your contractor must complete and return the form detailing their public liability insurance before starting work. They must also be accredited as safe and competent to work on the highway, in accordance with the New Roads and Streetworks Act 1991.

Once work is complete, a highways officer will check that the work has been undertaken to the agreed standards. The crossing itself will remain part of the highway and will be the county council's responsibility.

For further information, email customer_services@lincolnshire.gov.uk or call 01522 782070.

Information about parking enforcement

Parking

Pay or challenge a PCN, apply for a Blue Badge and find out about parking enforcement.

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Highway defects

Discovered highway defects such as potholes, lighting, flooding, signage, obstructed roads?

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Constructing a dropped kerb

Request permission to construct a dropped kerb/vehicular crossing to an existing property.

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Last updated: 19 June 2017

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