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98% Dropped Kerb Accesses (Vehicular Crossovers)
Browser does not support script. Dropped Kerb Accesses (Vehicular Crossovers) Planning permission is sometimes required to lower (or 'drop') a kerb to create a vehicular access 'crossover' across a verge or footway (pavement). It will also explain who to contact and when in order to get plans approved and the crossover built.
Bedford Borough Council

71% Vehicle Access - Kerbs
Browser does not support script. If the contravening vehicle is still at the location at the time of the Enforcement Officer's visit, then they may issue a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) to that vehicle.
Bedford Borough Council

60% 1 - 14 Aug 2016
You are here: Home Page > Council and Democracy > Data Protection, FOI & EIR > Freedom of Information > FOI and EIR Disclosure Log > 1 - 14 Aug 2016. Framework, Dynamic Purchasing System or Approved Provider List. RE: Wansbeck Rd.
Bedford Borough Council Frequently Asked Questions

60% 1 - 14 Aug 2016
Browser does not support script. and. Please break all answers down by the two separate services. RE: Wansbeck Rd. What operating system(s) do you use? 3.9 (a)-(n) - Planning Department, Bedford Borough Council.
Bedford Borough Council

33% Nuisance Vehicles
Browser does not support script. Parking on Dropped Kerbs - As of 01 April 2010, Bedford Borough Council Parking Services has the the powers to issue Penalty Charge Notices to those vehicles parked on dropped kerbs, whether they be to residential premises or on the Highway (access kerbs for wheelchairs and pushchairs). and/or There is extensive physical damage to the footway or verge making it...
Bedford Borough Council

24% Driveway Protection Marking
Browser does not support script. Requesting an H-Bar Bedford Borough Council charges for the provision of carrying out assessments and undertaking of the necessary works involved with installing an H-Bar road marking. However, the Blue Badge holder must reside at the dwelling to where the road marking is to be instated.
Bedford Borough Council

18% Bedford and District Access Group
Browser does not support script. Bedford Shopmobility This excellent free wheelchair and scooter loan service for shoppers with disabilities, situated in the Howard Centre, Bedford, was recommended to the Borough Council by the Access Group.
Bedford Borough Council

15% Road Adoptions and Private Roads
Browser does not support script. Alterations to existing highway (Section 278 Agreements) In addition to the adoption of new roads, the Senior Project Engineer (S278 and Civils) is responsible for administering the process of making alterations to roads etc in the existing highway usually as a result of a planning permission.
Bedford Borough Council

5% Pedestrian Crossings
Browser does not support script. Never cross while the red man is showing. Pedestrians can use the crossing at the same time as cyclists riding their bikes. If you feel that you have identified a location that would benefit from a pedestrian crossing please click on the link below to see more details Assess for Pedestrian Crossing (opens in a new window).
Bedford Borough Council

1% Goods Vehicle Operator Licence applications
Browser does not support script. In relation to Highway Authority objections will generally only be lodged on the grounds relating to the operation system, which are generally restricted to the following:.
Bedford Borough Council


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