Searches & Adopted Roads
The Council is the Highway authority for the six
districts within Worcestershire and holds information about the
Status and extent of the public highway for Worcester City,
Redditch, Bromsgrove, Wyre Forest, Malvern Hills and Wychavon.
Roads adopted by Worcestershire County Council
The List of Streets is available for inspection free of charge
in Reception at County Hall, Spetchley Road, Worcester during
normal office hours. (No appointment is necessary) copies are also
available to view at your local district council.
For trunk roads and motorways please contact the Highways Agency on 08457
50 40 30 or 0121 3358300.
Requesting a Highways Personal Search / Information about
Should you require highways information relating to a particular
property or piece of land, we operate a fast and efficient personal
search service delivered by a team of officers trained to interpret
highways records and keep in constant contact with those
responsible for instigating proposals to the highway network within
Worcestershire. This ensures you receive the most up to date
The county council's procedure for personal search enquiries is
- Complete the
Highways Search Enquiry Form (pdf 117 KB) and
provide a location plan for the property or land searched
- There is a fee of £18.00 for all or one of the highways
questions on the CON29(R) form.
- There is a fee charged of £7.50 per question for replies to
Q4(b) and Q5 on the CON29(O).
- Please note payment is required in advance by cheque made
payable to Worcestershire County Council and sent to the address
- Alternatively, we can accept electronic payment made via Debit
or Visa Card upon email request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please do not use this form for obtaining the extents of Public
Highway – please refer to 'Extent of Public Highway' as below.
Extent of public Highway
Should you require information and a plan showing the extent of
publicly maintainable highway the fee is £47.00 (Note: For large
areas a quote will be provided as charges may be higher). A cheque
(payable to Worcestershire County Council) must be enclosed with
your application and sent to:
Highways Status and Extent Team
Business, Environment and Community
Worcestershire County Council
If you would like to use the DX postal option you can make the
address out to: DX 29941 Worcester 2.
Get in touch with your local District council for more
To get in touch with your local district council you can find
their contact information on the District Councils page.
- The Highways Agency
website full of information on road projects, contacts and
information on UK Highways.
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This page was last reviewed 16 April 2014 at 14:43.
The page is next due for review 13 October 2015.