Installing a dropped kerb can make a huge improvement to accessing your property as well as helping to ensure people do not park in front of your driveway.
A dropped kerb allows vehicles to cross the pavement from the road to a driveway and it is a legal requirement to have a dropped kerb if you want to drive across the pavement onto your property.
You can either apply to your local council for permission for a dropped kerb outside your property or we can apply to your local authority on your behalf.
If you decide to have a dropped kerb we will visit your property and take the correct measurements and see what public utility services are present, whether you are on a main road etc and any other consideration that would be needed for planning permission.
With over 30 years' experience in the industry, W Tarmacadam specialises in:
- Residential and commercial customers
- Driveway resurfacing
- Concrete and drainage works
- Playground surfaces
- Line markings
- Car parks
- Playgrounds and factories
- Road planing
- Asphalt and macadam laying
- Tarmac surfacing and construction
Contact us today on 01670 898 690 for a free, no-obligation quote. We will also be happy to answer your questions about our surface dressing services across the North East of England, Scotland and Northumberland.