A vehicular access, sometimes known as a dropped kerb, is
constructed where you want to allow cars access to your
Planning permission is required for dropped kerbs onto all
classified roads (class A, B and C roads) and sometimes on
unclassified roads, for example within a Conservation Area.
Pavement crossings (for car access) can only
be carried out by authorised
contractors. This is stipulated by Worcestershire County
Council highway department.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are unsure whether you require planning permission or not
contact the Worcestershire Hub 0845 607 2005
If you require a vehicle access onto the A46 please contact the
Highways Agency on 08457 50 40
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This page was last reviewed 16 January 2014 at 12:08.
The page is next due for review 15 July 2015.