Looking for Oldbury Dropped Kerb Contractors?
Dropped kerbs give convenient and legal vehicle access to your home. Installing dropped kerbs 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 in Oldbury if you want to drive across the pavement onto your property.
You can either apply to your local council for permission for dropped kerbs outside your property in Oldbury or we can apply to your local authority on your behalf.
- Over 15 year’s experience
- Free no-obligation quotations
- Fully trained staff. We do not employ subcontractors
- Qualified Street Works approved contractor
- Fully qualified in health and safety
- Public liability £5 million
- Large and small projects
- Commitment to customer satisfaction
Experienced Dropped Kerb Installers in Oldbury
Our dropped kerb contractors have many years of experience in installing drop kerbs and with applying for the relevant planning permission.
If you decide to have a drop kerb Oldbury 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.
As a local authority approved company, Highway Safety Supplies dropped kerb contractors are able to work in conjunction with your local county council to install a dropped kerb whilst complying with all necessary regulations.
Dropped Kerb Contractors Oldbury
We are members of the Streetworks Qualifications Register (SWQR). The SWQR holds details of qualified operators who have gained the appropriate qualifications in relation to the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991, which is essential for any contractor excavating a highway.
Local Drop Kerb Company
Highway Safety Supplies' dropped kerb contractors use the best quality materials, plant and construction methods to a create hard wearing surface for our dropped kerbs that will look good for many years to come.
We have built up long term relationships with a selection of carefully chosen suppliers. This enables us to source our materials locally at very competitive rates allowing us to pass those saving directly onto you.
Need dropped kerb contractors in Oldbury? Get in contact today
Highway Safety Supplies are a family run business with over 15 years experience installing dropped kerbs Oldbury.
Highway Safety Supplies offer a free site survey and a free design and planning service to suit your individual requirements.
We will assess your property and dropped kerbs requirements and give a free, no obligation estimate.
We pride ourselves on our reliability, quality workmanship and value for money and we aim to provide 100% customer satisfaction.
I highly recommend Highway Safety Supplies!
They did a very good job on my dropped kerb and are very professional at their job. They are Street Work approved, also their prices are very competitive. I highly recommend Highway Safety Supplies!
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Dropped Kerbs Oldbury useful links
HAUC(UK) brings highway authorities, utilities and government together with the aim of working safely and smartly to reduce the impact of street and road works on members of the public throughout the UK.
Planning permission, view and comment, get pre-application advice, submit online via the City of London Planning Portal
An information portal about highway safety with lots of links to other safety websites
RoadSafe is a charitable partnership which brings together private sector with government and road safety professionals.
Get directions to Road Safe
Dropped Kerbs Oldbury useful videos
Former Minister Norman Baker gave a video speech to the HAUC (UK) Conference in Edinburgh in which he welcomed the range of non-regulatory solutions the street works sector is taking forward