Vehicle crossings and dropped kerbs
Vehicle crossings allow vehicles to cross over the pavement to meet the road from private property and often need the kerb to be lowered and the pavement strengthened.
We provide a fee-paying service for the construction of vehicle crossings and dropped kerbs for off street parking.
- Apply for a vehicle crossing and dropped kerb
- Please read the guidance notes
- Read our vehicle crossing policy
Completed application forms need to be with the application fee.
Unless the location doesn't require planning permission and providing the application complies with our policy, a highway engineer will assess whether the location of the proposed crossing is suitable and check compliance. Where it is suitable, a quotation for installing the crossing will be sent to the applicant.
When payment is received, the application will be added to our programme of works. Crossovers are usually constructed within six weeks.
White lines can be added across private driveways, crossovers and garage fronts that go onto the public highway. Go to the road markings and signs page to apply.
Getting planning permission
For certain roads planning permission has to be obtained before a decision can be made.
Planning permission will be required for applications from householders that wish to pave their driveway with a waterproof material exceeding 5m sq or where surface water will not drain into the front garden.
For further guidance and advice visit Planning Portal, call 020 8937 5600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.