Vehicle crossings, otherwise known as dropped kerbs, in Exeter are in demand due to off road parking becoming increasingly difficult to obtain.
Dropped kerbs are where part of the pavement is constructed specifically to enable access to a driveway from the road.
Whether it is an extension of an existing vehicle crossing or the construction of a brand new dropped kerb, access to the highway will require safety assessments and construction audits. To construct a new dropped kerb in Exeter, you will need to apply and pay for a licence from Devon Council Council Highways. For more information on initial costs for your new dropped kerb, Exeter planning can be contacted through their website.