Dropped Kerb Planning Application Maps

What is a dropped kerb?

A dropped kerb allows vehicles to cross the pavement from the road to a driveway

Thinking of applying for a dropped kerb at your property?

A 1:100 OS scale plan could be a vital part of your planning application with your local council

Why 1:100 scale? 

This is a zoomed in version of the standard Ordnance Survey 1:1250 Planning Extract and is a required scale from some planning departments

Can you drop a kerb without permission?

If you don't get permission to build a dropped kerb, a fine could be given by your local authority:

To change a garden in to a driveway, you require Planning Permission approval. This approval will only be granted if a dropped kerb access is also included in the application. Therefore, if you do not have a dropped kerb, you don’t have a driveway. 

OS 1:100 Scale Plan

Dropped Kerb Plans. A zoomed in version of a standard Ordnance Survey Extract.  Sometimes referred to as a  Footway Crossing (Dropped Kerb).

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